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Trial Test of Fully HTS Induction/Synchronous Machine for Next Generation Electric Vehicle
By: Ito, Y.; Amemiya, N.; Matsuo, T.; Kitano, H.; Misawa, S.; Nakamura, T.; Yoshikawa, M.; Okumura, N.; Ohashi, Y.; Sekiguchi, D.; Osamura, K.; Terazawa, T.;
2012 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Trial Test of Fully HTS Induction/Synchronous Machine for Next Generation Electric Vehicle ' Our group has tried to introduce High Temperature Superconducting Technology to electric vehicle (EV) drive motor, and developed High Temperature Superconducting Induction-Synchronous Machine (HTS-ISM). In this paper, 20 kW class HTS-ISM were designed and manufactured with DI-BSCCO wires. First, we developed and tested partial superconducting HTS-ISM (HTS rotor windings with copper stator) for clarification of the performance. We could observe the efficiency at 92.3% even for the light load. Furthermore, we successfully fabricated and conducted no-load test for fully superconducting HTS-ISM. It was verified that stable synchronous rotation at 1200 rpm was succeeded, which is the world-first success of achieving the rotation at over 1000 rpm for fully superconducting motor. Our results are one of the big steps for realizing the HTS-EV.
Hts Rotor Windings
Stable Synchronous Rotation
Tested Partial Superconducting Hts-ism
High Temperature Superconductors
High Torque Density
Electric Vehicle Drive Motor
High Temperature Superconducting Technology
Next Generation Electric Vehicle
Power 20 Kw
Induction Motor Drives
Synchronous Motor Drives
Engineered Materials, Dielectrics And Plasmas
Fields, Waves And Electromagnetics
Fully Hts Induction-synchronous Machine