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Description of Pulsed Homopolar Generator Technologies for a Fusion Ignition Experiment
(American Nuclear Society, 1991-05)
The concept for a single-turn tokamak experiment IGNITEX 1 makes possible the realization of a controlled, self-sustained fusion reaction in the near term with relative simplicity and low cost. The IGNITEX tokamak utilizes ...
Determination of Iron-Core Losses Under Influence on Third Harmonic Flux Component
The core loss for a magnetic material under excitation can be estimated from the flux density versus the field-strength loops or B -H loops. A method is presented for predicting the position, size, and number of minor loops ...
Steady State Performance of Reluctance Motors Under Combined Fundamental and Third Harmonic Excitation, Part II: Experimental Results
Experimental results for two prototype, grooved and segmental type, reluctance motors under combined fundamental and third-harmonic excitation are presented. Test data are used to verify the theoretical models. The agreement ...
Losses Influenced by Third-Harmonic Flux in Induction Motors
The trend toward increasing flux density in modern induction motors results in the increase of third-harmonic flux in the magnetic paths. The effects of third-harmonic flux on energy losses in induction motors are discussed. ...
Compulsators: Principles and Applications
The authors discuss work being done on reducing and tailoring generator internal impedances in order to maximise their transient response. The work is taking place at the centre for Electromechanics at The University of ...