Master thesis: Simulative investigation of the behavior of asynchronous and synchronous main spindles in machine tools
The development of machine tools requires detailed knowledge of the product to be designed. Even during the design phase, it is therefore necessary to simulate the system to be developed, analyze its behavior and incorporate the findings into further development. The tasks of main spindles in machine tools are to pick up and clamp the tools and to provide the set speeds and the necessary torques. Main spindles can be designed as asynchronous or synchronous motors. Due to high required speeds, these motors are often used in the field weakening range. The aim of the present work is to extend the existing simulations of drive trains (Matlab / Simulink) by validated motor models of the asynchronous and synchronous main spindles as well as their current controls.
- Literature study and familiarization with the task
- Selection of suitable replacement motor models
- Implementation of the models in Matlab / Simulink
- Parameter identification, validation and verification of the results by measurements on a real machine tool.
- Documentation of the results
- Ongoing studies at a UAS/university
- Motivation & reliability
- Assumption of printing costs in case of very good or good success
- Support from a supervisor from the relevant specialist department
- Get to know Fill as a potential employer and contribute your own ideas and knowledge
- Great opportunity to supplement your theoretical knowledge with practical experience
- Very good working atmosphere in a multi-award-winning family company
Timeframe: from fall 2023
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