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A magnetic core is a piece of magnetic material with a high magnetic permeability used to confine and guide magnetic fields in electrical, electromechanical and magnetic devices such as electromagnets, transformers, electric motors, generators, inductors, magnetic recording heads, and magnetic assemblies. It is made of ferromagnetic metal such as iron, or ferrimagnetic compounds such as ferrites. The high permeability, relative to the surrounding air, causes the magnetic field lines to be concentrated in the core material. The magnetic field is often created by a current-carrying coil of wire around the core.

Inductive RF plasma source with external discharge bridge

An RF ICP source having a housing with a flanged cover. The interior of the housing serves for confining plasma generated by the plasma source. The cover has at least two openings which are connected by a hollow C-shaped bridge portion which is located outside the housing. The hollow C-shaped bridge portion is embraced by an annular ferrite core having a winding connected to an electric power supply source for generating a discharge current which flows through the bridge portion and through the interior of the housing. The discharge current is sufficient for inducing plasma in the interior of the housing which is supplied with a gaseous working medium. The power source operates on a relatively low frequency of 60 KHz or higher and has a power from several watt to several kilowatt. In order to provide a uniform plasma distribution and uniform plasma treatment, the cover may support a plurality of bridges. Individual control of the inductors on each bridge allows for plasma redistributing. The housing of the working chamber can be divided into two section for simultaneous treatment of two objects such as semiconductor substrates. A plate that divides the working chamber into two sections may have ferrite cores built into the plate around the bridges. In another embodiment, the flow of gaseous working medium is supplied via a tube connected to the bridge portion of the source.

Light weight rotor and stator with multiple coil windings in thermal contact

A lightweight engine-driven generator set including a stator having at least first and second windings (preferably three-phase) and a rotor having a soft magnetic core and a plurality of high energy product permanent magnets, separated by consequence poles, disposed proximate the stator such that relative motion of the rotor and stator causes magnetic flux from the rotor to interact with and induce current in the stator windings. The first winding includes a predetermined number of turns corresponding to a first predetermined voltage output; and the second winding includes a predetermined number of turns corresponding to a second predetermined voltage output, the respective windings being grouped together as a unit and wound about the core such that the respective winding coils are wound in continuous close thermal contact with each other. The first winding generates a relatively high voltage, low amperage signal, and the second winding generates a relatively low voltage, high amperage signal; and a switch provides for selection of the desired output. Preferably the rotor is a hollow cylinder mounted on the engine shaft for rotation about the stator and such that the proper gap distance between rotor and stator is maintained during rotation of the rotor without bearings external to the engine. The low voltage, high amperage winding (or winding group) may be tapped to provide a selectable voltage output. Suitable rectifiers and inverters may be provided to effect selective DC and AC output signals.

Planar inductive element

A storage magnetic element, which minimizes the power loss in the planar winding due to the fringe magnetic field associated with a discrete air gap, is presented. The invention describes a construction technique wherein the magnetic core is formed by an E section made of high permeability magnetic material and an I section made by a material capable to store energy due to its distributed gap structure. The I section of the magnetic core in one of the embodiments is covered by an electrically conductive shied to force the magnetic flux into the I section and to minimize the component of the fringe magnetic field perpendicular on the planar winding. In another embodiment of this invention the electrically conductive shield is replaced by a high magnetic permeability material to accomplished the same goal of reducing the magnetic field component perpendicular on the planar winding. In a prefer embodiment of this invention the I section of the magnetic core has a cavity which will accommodate the middle leg of the E section. This construction will force the fringe magnetic field at the edge of the gap to be parallel with the planar winding of the storage magnetic element. In another embodiment of this invention a flat I section is used with the addition of another high permeability magnetic material placed on the I section on top of the winding. This construction will force the fringe magnetic field around the edge of the gap to be parallel with the planar winding. The embodiments of this invention are aimed at reducing the fringe magnetic field perpendicular on the planar winding, lowering the eddy current induced by this field.
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