Investigation of electromechanical coupling characteristics of a double magnet system

Investigation of electromechanical coupling characteristics of a double magnet system

Andrzej Mitura, Krzysztof Kecik

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Abstract. In this work, the experimental results of the electromechanical coupling coefficient identification are presented. The research covers two cases: test with a single magnet (I) and test with a double magnet, where two repelling magnets in one structure are connected (II). In case (I), the analytical description of the electromechanical coupling coefficient was determined. Whereas the analysis of case (II) confirms the superposition principle for interactions between both magnets and a single inductive coil. Finally, the presented analysis proposes some premises which will be used in the future to develop the model with two levitating magnets.

Electromechanical Coupling, Energy Harvesting, Superposition

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Citation: Andrzej Mitura, Krzysztof Kecik, Investigation of electromechanical coupling characteristics of a double magnet system, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 30, pp 55-60, 2023


The article was published as article 8 of the book Experimental Mechanics

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