homopolar


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homopolar

[¦hä·mə′pō·lər]
(electricity)
Electrically symmetrical.
Having equal distribution of charge.
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Prototype Low Voltage Homopolar Traction Motor," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-1876.
Para el problema del balance de cargas en un SDEE BT, se tienen como objetivos: 1) Minimizar las perdidas de potencia activa (kW); 2) Minimizar el valor de la componente homopolar (A), 3) Maximizar el indice de tension de suministro y d) Minimizar el numero cambios de fase.
Notese que el circuito equivalente de secuencia homopolar del transformador depende del grupo de conexion del transformador, la puesta a tierra o no del neutro (rigidamente puesto a tierra o aislado en conexiones estrella) y del tipo de nucleo magnetico (tres columnas, cinco columnas, acorazado o bancos monofasicos de transformacion).
The device most commonly used for this purpose is a high-voltage capacitor bank, although small magneto-hydrodynamic generators, homopolar generators and smaller FCGs could also be used for this purpose.
Use of a homopolar generation of hydrogen production from water.
In addition to the above stated progress against milestones, SatCon has recently announced a series of development contracts supporting our hybrid electric vehicle and auxiliary power initiatives including a NASA Contract for a Superconducting DC Homopolar Motor, Army Hybrid Electric Vehicle Integrated starter generator contract, and Army Tactical Vehicle Auxiliary Power Unit.
3 kV Central Eguzon comprising parts design, manufacture, delivery, installation (circuit breakers, homopolar generator, transformer filling of auxiliary transformer feeder , busbar cross).
They have previously been attributed to rotor eccentricity, homopolar flux effects, and electrostatic discharge.
BOSTON -- SatCon Technology Corporation(R) (Nasdaq NM: SATC), a developer and manufacturer of power electronics for various markets, today announced that its SatCon Applied Technology division has been awarded a contract with General Atomics (GA) to join the GA team that will develop a new modular 40 megawatt power converter that will power and control a full-scale superconducting DC Homopolar Motor (HPM).
The Navy recognized the benefits of superconductivity for ship propulsion early on, demonstrating in 1980 a 300-kilowatt superconducting dc homopolar generator and a 400-hp motor aboard the test craft Jupiter II.