CONVERGENT POWER, INC.
|CONVERGENT POWER, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140125155||TOROIDAL MOTOR DESIGN HAVING BACK EMF REDUCTION - Some embodiments of the disclosed invention provide a toroidal DC motor that reduces Back EMF and, therefore, minimizes the degradation of source potential. In addition, embodiments of the disclosed invention provide a motor that provides constant torque at constant current irrespective of the speed of the rotor. Likewise, some embodiments of the disclosed inventions provide output horsepower that increases with the rotational speed of the rotor.||05-08-2014|
|20140028147||Multi-Pole Electrodynamic Machine with a Constant Air Gap And An Elliptical Swash-Plate Rotor To Reduce Back Torque - A Back Torque reducing electrodynamic generator machine is disclosed. Some embodiments include a multi-pole stator comprising field windings and power windings and a rotor having a flux path element. For some embodiments, the flux path element is attached to a rotor shaft at an oblique angle to the longitudinal axis of the shaft. The flux path element has a shape that provides a uniform constant air gap between it and the stator poles when the shaft is rotated.||01-30-2014|
|20120139368||PULSED MULTI-ROTOR CONSTANT AIR GAP MOTOR CLUSTER - Electric motor cluster consisting of several stator sections each possessing a minimum of two salient pole projections, wound with power windings, and each section containing a single rotor. Each individual motor is angularly displaced one from the other, while mounted within a common housing, and geared together such that each motor section contributes to the rotation of a common output shaft. Each motor comprises at least one stator and one rotor section, such that each rotor section is associated with a specific stator section. The lateral axis of each rotor section is disposed at an oblique angle with respect to the axis of the shaft for that particular motor.||06-07-2012|
|20110074232||PULSED MULTI-ROTOR CONSTANT AIR GAP SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MOTOR - An electric motor with two or more stator sections, each possessing at least two salient pole projections having power windings, and two or more armature sections on a common shaft. The armature sections are at an angle to each other: e.g. 90 degrees for two armatures, 120 degrees for three armatures. Each armature has a lamination stack or ferrite core. The armature sections form a constant air gap with the field poles, and have an elliptical profile with respect to the output shaft. The armature sections have no electrical windings, or conductors and require no slip rings, rotor coils or permanent magnets. The power windings are energized by pulses of electric current. Said pulses are automatically supplied to the salient pole nearest the longest rotor flux path available, as determined by a shaft position sensor.||03-31-2011|
Patent applications by CONVERGENT POWER, INC.