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Motors are devices that use magnetic forces to transform electrical energy into mechanical energy. A turning force, or torque, is produced when current is carried through a wire loop that is located in a magnetic field, which causes the loop to rotate.
This rotational motion is transferred to a shaft in motors. The mechanical power generated by this rotating energy is subsequently put to good use.
Pumps, fans, and compressors, as well as machinery used in the handling and processing of manufactured materials, all run on industrial motors.
Newer AC synchronous motor designs known as superconducting motors use HTS (high temperature superconductor) windings in place of traditional copper coils.
These windings can produce much stronger magnetic fields in a given volume of space because HTS wire can carry significantly higher currents than copper wire.
A superconducting machine can match the power output of a conventional motor with an equal rating while being as little as one-third the size and weight thanks to advancements in coil design.
Superconducting motors are more compact and cost-effective to manufacture than comparable conventional motors because of their smaller size.
Additionally, the electrical losses in the rotor are drastically decreased when non-resistant HTS coils are used in place of normal copper rotor windings.
Since a long time ago, it has been understood that utilising copper for the stator windings of an electric motor has advantages due to its great electrical conductivity.
In order to enhance their functionality and raise the total power density, bulk high-temperature superconductors (HTS) have recently been included into rotors although it may be anticipated that using superconducting windings in the stator would result in additional savings,
these are more than outweighed by the challenges associated with manufacturing the current ceramic materials.
Festo is a leading mobiliser of the equipment in the market. The latest integration has been the compact size, high bearing horsepower, and long-lasting, coolant-free electrical direct-cooling system of the SupraMotor’s technology are its distinguishing features.
The drive takes advantage of superconducting materials’ capacity to transport power without any losses when properly cooled.
This enables the generation of a powerful magnetic field with high currents with the motor hardly ever overheats due to conduction losses thanks to the resistance-free superconducting coils.
AZO Materials is part of the component manufacture trending companies in the current industry. The HTS motors will participate in the large commercial motor industry (1,000 hp and beyond).
These motors are perfect for use in belt drives, pumps, fans, compressors, blowers, and other equipment used by utility and industrial customers, especially equipment that needs to run continuously.
Large process industries including steel milling, pulp and paper processing, chemical, oil and gas refining, mining, and other demanding applications will be appropriate for them.
HTS motors will be more affordable to produce than conventional motors due to labour and material cost savings.
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