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Design and analysis of a 20 MW propulsion power train
The electric ship research program at the University of Texas at Austin focuses on the development of power system technology for future electric ships. The main goal of the on-going research activity is to identify critical, ...
Managing multiple and varying energy demands by means of energy storage in combatants with integrated electric propulsion
The potential problems of managing the power flow of pulsing energy loads together with the more conventional energy loads is a challenge that needs to be addressed if the integrated electric propulsion (IEP) concept is ...
An electromagnetic gun power supply as a component of an electric ship power system
An electromagnetic gun provides a new component that must be integrated into the power system of an electric ship. An interesting topology for the power supply is a set of pulsed alternators with sufficient energy stored ...
Effects of EM weapons requirements on the electric ship power system
The electric ship research effort at the University of Texas, Center for Electromechanics, is presently focusing on the development of a comprehensive model of ship power system. The model will allow the study of various ...