Comparing Different Rotor Structures in Superconducting Synchronous Motors
Two major structures for rotor core of superconducting synchronous machine are air-cored and magnetic-cored structures. Magnetic-cored structure can be divided into two categories including salient and non-salient magnetic core. In this paper, three different structures of superconducting synchronous machine comprising air-cored, non-salient magnetic-cored and salient magnetic-cored, have been studied and compared considering required superconducting wire and machine weight. Required superconducting wire determines the capital cost and the weight of the machine determines the running cost in the case of portable applications such as ships and aircrafts.
P. Elhaminia et al., "Comparing Different Rotor Structures in Superconducting Synchronous Motors," Proceedings of the IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (2013, Chicago, IL), pp. 1053-1057, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 2013.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1109/IEMDC.2013.6556226
IEEE International Electric Machines and Drives Conference (2013: May 12-15, Chicago, IL)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Air-Cored; Capital Costs; Different Structure; Non-Salient Magnetic-Cored; Portable Applications; Rotor Structures; Superconducting Synchronous Machines; Superconducting Synchronous Motors; Costs; Electric Machinery; Magnetism; Superconducting Wire; Superconductivity; Synchronous Motors; Electric Drives; Capital Cost; Superconducting Synchronous Machine
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01 May 2013