@article{Baida_Lytvynenko_Chepeliuk_2020, title={PECULIARITIES OF DYNAMICS OF A FAST-DRIVEN INDUCTION-DYNAMIC DRIVE WITH A BISTABLE LATCH OF CONTACTS POSITION OF A CIRCUIT BREAKER BASED ON PERMANENT MAGNETS}, url={http://eie.khpi.edu.ua/article/view/2074-272X.2020.1.01}, DOI={10.20998/2074-272X.2020.1.01}, abstractNote={<strong><em>Introduction</em></strong><em>. Recently, in the literature, inductive-dynamic mechanisms (IDMs), known in foreign literature as a Thomson-drive, as a drive for various electrical devices are often researched and developed. The simplicity and reliability of the design, high speed make such devices indispensable in high-speed electrical devices standing in DC networks, in which emergency overcorrects are not limited by the reactance and can reach significant values. The novelty of the proposed work consists in the development of a mathematical model and the study of the Thompson drive, in which a bistable two-position mechanism consisting of a magnetic system with permanent magnets, is used as the final position latches. The movement of objects is carried out by deforming the computational mesh. The problem is a multiphysical one, in which a parallel solution of several tasks of different nature is considered. <strong>Purpose.</strong> Analysis of the fundamental possibility of creating a switching device with an induction-dynamic drive on the basis of a mathematical model which allows to increase the reliability of the entire mechanism operation and significantly simplify the design.</em> <strong><em>Methods</em></strong><em>. The solution of the problem was carried out by the Finite Element Method in the COMSOL package in a cylindrical coordinate system. <strong>Results</strong>. A mathematical model of a new fast-driven induction-dynamic drive with a bistable mechanism, based on the equations of the electromagnetic field, electric circuit, equations of motion, was developed and partially studied. The model allows to calculate the dynamic parameters of the drive based on the initial data. <strong>Conclusions.</strong></em> <em>The principal possibility of creating a high-speed actuator of switching devices based on an induction-dynamic mechanism and a polarized bistable mechanism based on permanent magnets is demonstrated. The research directions of the model were determined for the subsequent implementation of the results in experimental samples. </em>}, number={1}, journal={Electrical Engineering & Electromechanics}, author={Baida, E. I. and Lytvynenko, V. V. and Chepeliuk, A. A.}, year={2020}, month={Feb.}, pages={3–9} }