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특허 상세정보

Reconfigurable hybrid power generation system

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) H02P-009/00    H01M-008/10   
미국특허분류(USC) 322/22 ; 429/30
출원번호 US-0301768 (1994-09-07)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 29  인용 특허 : 0
초록

An apparatus for powering a unipolar motor may include a solid oxide fuel cell having a plurality of sub-modules, a unipolar generator having a plurality of armature turns, and a plurality of jumpers. Each of the sub-modules may produce fuel cell electric power at the fuel cell terminals. Each of the armature turns may produce generator electric power at the generator terminals. The jumpers may interconnect the fuel cell terminals with the generator terminals in order to provide a configurable voltage-current profile for the unipolar motor. The fuel cell...

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An apparatus for powering a load, said apparatus comprising: fuel cell means including a fuel input, an oxidizer input, a thermal exhaust output, and a plurality of sub-modules, each of the plurality of sub-modules for producing fuel cell electric power at a plurality of terminals; turbine-generator means including generator means and turbine means for driving said generator means, said turbine means having a thermal exhaust input interconnected with the thermal exhaust output of said fuel cell means, said generator means having a plurality of armature t...

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