[automatically translated] The present work has the aim of showcasing the substantial differences detected in the dynamic behavior of a rotor supported by radial active magnetic levitation bearings. Were detected both radial displacements that the frequency response controlling the first rotor with a law of great time variant and subsequently with a great sub-type, obtained from previous making it stationary relative to the angular velocity. It is shown how the presence of sub-optimal control cancels the dependence of the control signal from the displacement components not affected by the sensor and reduces the magnitude of radial displacements.
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|Publication status||Published - 2009|