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Month of July 2006 - Page Number 6

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  1. 51.
    IPCOM000138586D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jul-26
  2. 52.
    Today's circuit designs have multiple asynchronous clocks. Synchronizers are used at clock domain crossings to manage the meta-stability that may arise and synchronize the launching domain's signal to the clock of the capturing domain. Many complex synchronization scenarios may arise depending on which value (0 or...
    IPCOM000138583D | 2006-Jul-25
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    Rotating machines (both rotating and linear) can be designed by using salient iron poles for the field winding. Individual poles are excited with an HTS coil which operates at cryogenic temperatures. Since the HTS coils are most suitable for operation in DC field, it is important to shield them from any external AC...
    IPCOM000138576D | 2006-Jul-25
  4. 54.
    Fuel cells will be powering future electrical systems. Fuel cells normally generate DC which must be converted into AC for transmission efficiency and for broader use by numerous kinds of loads. AC load consists of real power and reactive power. The real power is generated by fuel cells. However, the reactive...
    IPCOM000138575D | 2006-Jul-25
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    An HTS cable consists of many HTS tapes wrapped around a central former which could be hollow or could be filled with a copper stranded conductor. When the HTS cable experiences a fault, a large current flows through it which transitions superconducting wire to its normal state. It is necessary to cooldown the cable...
    IPCOM000138574D | 2006-Jul-25
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    There is disclosed a method of introducing a compliant member into HTS cable high voltage insulation system. This compliant member allows some relative motion to occur between the insulation material which is typically very stiff and the HTS wire which is susceptible to stress and strain damage.
    IPCOM000138573D | 2006-Jul-25
  7. 57.
    A superconducting rotating machine is disclosed that employs HTS for all windings – both armature (stator) and field (rotor) windings. Flat pancake type coils are employed for all windings. This is an axial gap machine and it exposes HTS tape to magnetic field that is primarily parallel with the wide face (cab) of...
    IPCOM000138572D | 2006-Jul-25
  8. 58.
    Modern ships are employing electric power for propulsion and other house loads. Both commercial and naval ships are heading this way. For example, on a naval ship, when a large motor is started high reactive power is required which must be provided by the main generators or by bulky capacitor banks. If generators...
    IPCOM000138571D | 2006-Jul-25
  9. 59.
    A protocol for secure exchange of short messages between mobile devices is proposed.
    IPCOM000138570D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jul-25
  10. 60.
    State-machine extension for processing multiple characters per transition and per clock cycle.
    IPCOM000138569D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jul-25