Since optimum damping is difficult to achieve, raising the natural frequency of the printed-circuit motor is necessary for smooth starting and stopping. Designing for this higher natural frequency also produces the minimum mechanical time constant and the optimum power dissipation. A motor with a higher natural frequency requires stiffer substrate material in the armature. The nature of the armature requires that the substrate material be a fiberglass composite, an inorganic composite or a sapphire composite. Experiments produced an armature assembly with a natural oscillation of several thousand cps outside the start/stop (exciting) bandwidth of the motor.
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Vibration Characteristics of the Printed-Circuit Motor
P. Y. Hu
General Products Division, IBM Corporation, Boulder, Colo.
Hu, P. Y. (May 1, 1974). "Vibration Characteristics of the Printed-Circuit Motor." ASME. J. Eng. Ind. May 1974; 96(2): 541–546. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3438362
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