torque motor


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torque motor

[′tȯrk ‚mōd·ər]
(electromagnetism)
A motor designed primarily to exert torque while stalled or rotating slowly.
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We can identify the value of the system parameters [k.sub.n], [t.sub.n], and [[xi].sub.n] by using (31)-(33), and the values of the torque motor parameters [k.sub.m], [t.sub.m], and [[xi].sub.m] can be calculated by (30).
According to (21), the armature current of torque motor must be measured accurately and electric torque coefficient should be calibrated carefully.
L, W, and [H.sub.0] are dimensional parameters of torque motor. The resistance forces applied to the armature are derived by using (20) at different squeezing velocities.
An optional independent torque motor drive can also be specified instead of a clutch.
Andre added that thanks to an optimized integration of a position sensor with no degradation of compactness, the torque motor is used as a positioning actuator controlled by simple and standard regulation algorithms.
Simultaneously, Capt Boswell received indications of a Hydraulic Pump Torque Motor Fail.
The MDrive 17 Plus Motion Control combines a highly integrated microstep-ping driver, intelligent motion controller and NEMA 17 brushless high torque motor in a 2.2" x 2.3" x 1.7" package.
The grind is provided by 3 3/16" diameter burrs powered by a quiet, low speed, high torque motor.
The traditional electric loading system uses a torque motor, which has a strong small-signal tracking ability, stable performance, and small size.
The torque motor, especially Direct-Drive Rotary (DDR) torque motor, has been widely utilized in modern industry applications and features rotation blockage, soft mechanical properties, and a wide speed range [1, 2].
Drive is provided by an LRK torque motor, which powers the loom directly without intermediate gearings or belts.
The table is driven by a torque motor for turning and is capable of various clamping systems based on part requirements.