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Anton Piller GmbH & Co. KG Patents
Anton Piller GmbH & Co. KG
Osterode am Harz, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5485045 Rotor for permanent magnet-excited, high-speed electric machines and electric machine equipped w January 16, 1996
The present invention pertains to a rotor for permanent magnet-excited electric machines, on the circumferential surface of which permanent magnets are arranged, and fillers made of a nonmagnetic material are arranged between them, wherein the surface of the permanent magnets and fil
5481145 Power recovery plant January 2, 1996
In order to provide a power recovery plant comprising a gas turbine with a turbine wheel and a generator with a rotor driven by the turbine wheel, in which the known bearing problems are diminished or even cease, it is suggested that the turbine and the generator be combined in a plant
4878106 Semiconductor circuit packages for use in high power applications and method of making the same October 31, 1989
A transfer molded semiconductor circuit package with two spaced, parallel, exteriorly accessible substrate plates located symmetrically to a medial plane of the package and encapsulated, to levels flush with their remote faces, in a body of low stress semiconductor grade molding compound
4684825 400 Hz aircraft ground power supply August 4, 1987
400 Hz aircraft ground power supply with a three phase AC power source connectable via an electric power relay and flexible cable provided with a socket connector to a plug connector at the aircraft. In the energizing circuit of the power relay is arranged a closing contact of a second
4674021 Static inverter with an overcurrent circuit upon a short circuit June 16, 1987
Static inverter with controlled semiconductor switches and anti-parallel diodes and with a control device for providing a current well above the rated current in the case of a short circuit in a consumer for quickly blowing a fuse in the circuit of the consumer. Anti-parallel thyristors
4670833 Semiconductor module for a high-speed switching arrangement June 2, 1987
Electric semiconductor switching module for a switching arrangement with switching times of the order of magnitude of 100 ns and large currents. The switching arrangement features a parallel connection of active semiconductor switching elements and freewheel diodes, which are each ar
4661660 Cable drum driven by an electric motor April 28, 1987
A cable drum 1 powered by an electric motor (2) for multi-conductor cables of heavy cross-section. To provide for insertion of the cable (4) into the cable drum (1) to be carried out without the use of slip-rings, twistable conductors (10) of high-elasticity are provided and are attached
4517471 Rotary converter machine for direct transfer of electric energy by flux linkage between windings May 14, 1985
A rotary converter machine which includes a stator with three-phase primary, and secondary windings, and a rotor mounted within the stator which includes a damping winding. The primary and secondary stator windings are arranged on a common stator pack and located in continuous stator

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