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Study and Design of a Linear Compressor of Voice-Coil Type

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Author keywords
Linear compressor of voice coil type, LCVCT, Finite Element, magneto-static FEM, fix coil and moving permanent magnet, fixed permanent magnet, moving coil

References keywords
vibrators(4)
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Date of Publication: 2009-06-02
Volume 9, Issue 2, Year 2009, On page(s): 109 - 114
ISSN: 1582-7445, e-ISSN: 1844-7600
Digital Object Identifier: 10.4316/AECE.2009.02017
Web of Science Accession Number: 000268723600017
SCOPUS ID: 70349182671

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The paper presents the design and Finite Element (FEM) analysis of a Linear compressor of voice coil type (LCVCT). This kind of linear compressor will be used in a refrigerator equipment. It is well-known that the replacing of the rotating compressor from a classical refrigerator by a linear compressor leads to an efficiency improving wit about 5% by avoiding the piston side friction, which is very important because of the huge number of refrigerators in operation world-wide. The linear compressor refrigerator is already commercially available in South Korea, equipped with an electromagnetic (fix coil and moving permanent magnet) linear compressor. This paper presents a new type of linear compressor - a voice-coil type (fixed permanent magnet and moving coil). The operation principle is the same as for electrodynamic vibrator or electro-dynamic loud-speaker. The designing with rare earth permanent magnet is not a simple problem, because of the nonlinear characteristic of rare earth magnets. A magneto-static FEM analysis has been performed in order to validate the design methodology proposed in the paper.


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[1] Vadan, I., "Design and computer analysis of the electrodynamic vibrators", Phd thesis, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, 1995

[2] Reuven Unger, "Development and Testing of a Linear Compressor sized for the European Market", Sunpower Inc., Proc. Of International Appliance Technology Conference, Purdue University, May 10-12 1999, USA;

[3] Reuven Unger, "Linear compressors for clean and specialty gases", Sunpower Inc., Proc. Of International Compressor Engineering Conference, Purdue University, July 14-17 1998, USA

[4] Darie, S., "Electrical Vibrators", Technical Publishing House, Bucharest - 1987, Romania, (in Romanian)

[5] Ghenkin, P. et al, "Electrodynamic Vibrators", MIR Publishing House, Moscow, 1977, (in Russian)

[6] Jacek F. Gieras, Mitchel Wing, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, South Africa, "Permanent Magnet Motor Technology - Design and Applications", Marcel Dekker Inc. New York - 1997 [PermaLink]

[7] * * Ningbo Ningling Strong Magnet Co. (http://www.ningling.com/), China

[8] Do-Hyun Kang, Dae-Hyun Koo, Jung-Hwan Chang, Ioan Vadan, "Permanent magnets Electrodynamic Vibrators - Parameters' Identifications", Proceedings. of ELECTROMOTION 2005, Lausanne, Schwitzerland

[9] Jacek Gieras, Mitchell Wing, "Permanent Magnet Motor Technology", Design and Applications, Marcel Decker, Inc. 1997, New York [PermaLink]

[10] Ion Boldea, S. A. Nasar, "Electric Drives", CRC Press, New York 1998 [PermaLink]

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