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The stator is the stationary part of a rotary system, found in electric generators, electric motors, sirens, mud motors or biological rotors. Energy flows through a stator to or from the rotating component of the system. In an electric motor, the stator provides a rotating magnetic field that drives the rotating armature; in a generator, the stator converts the rotating magnetic field to electric current. In fluid powered devices, the stator guides the flow of fluid to or from the rotating part of the system.

Variable magnetic flux electric rotary machine

An electric rotary machine is disclosed which can adjust relative angles of sub-rotors continuously and regardless of torque direction without generating an attractive force between the field magnets of the sub-rotors. The electric rotary machine includes: a stator having a winding; a dual rotor which is rotatably disposed with a gap from the stator and divided axially along a shaft into a first rotor and a second rotor each having field magnets with different polarities arranged alternately in a rotation direction; a mechanism for varying the axial position of the second rotor relative to the first rotor continuously; and a non-magnetic member located between the first rotor and the second rotor.
Owner:HITACHI LTD

Electric machine

Electric rotary current machine that includes a casing and a stator fitted within the casing. The stator has at least one stator winding. At least two mechanically separate rotors are rotatably mountable within the casing and have a same axis of rotation. In this way, each rotor has electromagnetic interaction with the stator when the stator is electromagnetically active. The rotor speeds are the same or different. A motor control is arranged to control a supply to at least one of said at least one stator winding by superposition of at least two rotary field components, one for each rotor.
Owner:SCHRODL MANFRED

Power converters

The present invention provides_a power converter that can be used to interface a generator (4) that provides variable voltage at variable frequency to a supply network operating at nominally fixed voltage and nominally fixed frequency and including features that allow the power converter to remain connected to the supply network and retain control during supply network fault and transient conditions. The power converter includes a generator bridge (10) electrically connected to the stator of the generator (4) and a network bridge (14). A dc link (12) is connected between the generator bridge (10) and the network bridge (14). A filter (16) having network terminals is connected between the network bridge (14) and the supply network. A first controller (18) is provided for controlling the operation of the semiconductor power switching devices of the generator bridge (14). Similarly, a second controller (46) is provided for controlling the operation of the semiconductor power switching devices of the network bridge (14). The first controller (18) uses a dc link voltage demand signal (VDC13 GEN*) indicative of a desired dc link voltage to control the semiconductor power switching devices of the network bridge (10) to achieve the desired level of dc link voltage that corresponds to the dc link voltage demand signal (VDC13 GEN*). The second controller (46) uses a power demand signal (P*) indicative of the level of power to be transferred from the dc link to the supply network through the network bridge (14), and a voltage demand signal (VTURB*) indicative of the voltage to be achieved at the network terminals of the filter (16) to control the semiconductor power switching devices of the network bridge (14) to achieve the desired levels of power and voltage that correspond to the power and voltage demand signals (P* and VTURB*).
Owner:GE POWER CONVERSION

Motor mounted in a vehicle

PCT No. PCT / JP96 / 02929 Sec. 371 Date Jun. 25, 1998 Sec. 102(e) Date Jun. 25, 1998 PCT Filed Oct. 9, 1996 PCT Pub. No. WO97 / 26700 PCT Pub. Date Jul. 24, 1997A motor mounted in a vehicle having a winding comprising a flat band-like copper wire is provided. The winding is wound on a projection that extends radially inward of a stator. The winding includes a first band-like section that is adapted to be wound on a radially inward portion of the projection of the stator. The winding also includes a connection section that is continuous with one longitudinal end of the first band-like section and extends radially outward along the radial direction of the projection of the stator. The winding further includes a second band-like section that is adapted to be wound on a radially outward portion of the projection of the stator. One longitudinal end of the second band-like section is continuous with the connection section. The first band-like section extends from a radially inward portion of the connection section and the second band-like section extends from a radially outward portion of the connection section. The first and second band-like sections extend from the connection section in opposite directions.
Owner:NIPPON DENSAN CORP

Blood pump

A blood pump (26) includes a stator assembly including a fluid inlet (24) and a fluid outlet (26). A rotor assembly (120) includes an impeller (40) rotatable about an axis (44) to move fluid from the inlet (24) to the outlet (26). A motor (50) imparts rotation of the impeller (40) about the axis (44). The motor (50) includes a motor stator (52) fixed to the stator assembly (122), a motor rotor (54) fixed to the rotor assembly (120), and a radial motor gap (34) between the stator (52) and the rotor (54). The pump (20) is configured to direct a mixed blood flow from the fluid inlet (24) to the fluid outlet (26) and a wash flow through the motor gap (34).
Owner:THE CLEVELAND CLINIC FOUND +1
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