Design study of 10 kW superconducting generator for wind turbine applications

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We have performed a design study of a 10 kW superconducting slow rotating generator suitable for demonstration in a small scale wind turbine, where the drive train only consists of the turbine blades connected directly to the generator. The flux density in the superconducting rotor is chosen as B = 1 Tesla to be similar to the performance of permanent magnets and to represent a layout, which can be scaled up in future off-shore wind turbines. The proposed generator is a 8 pole synchronous machine based on race-track coils of high temperature superconducting tapes and an air cored copper stator enclosed in an iron shield.
Original languageEnglish
JournalI E E E Transactions on Applied Superconductivity
Publication date2009
Volume19
Journal number3
Pages1678-1682
ISSN1051-8223
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StatePublished

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  • Wind energy, Superconducting materials for the energy sector
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