Title: APMU Advanced Propulsion Multifunctional Unit
Application Number: 12/932,352
Non Provisional Full Utility File Date: 2-25-2011 ; Inclusive with a earlier filed Provisional File Date
U.S. Patent Classification: Transportation, Propulsion, Vehicles,
STATUS: NOV 2012 ; EXAMINATION IN PROGRESS...
The need in the Art is
addressed by the apparatus of the present invention. The present
invention teaches this through "allocating the functional stator area" in the
confines of a single unit and not only increases the performance of both
propulsion and kinetic recovery functionality, yet also adds the functionality
of backup/redundancy which traditionally has been non-existant.
The result is Core enabled Multi-Functionality. Relative to Propulsion; Relative to kinetic recovery; relative to backup/redundancy. Stator Allocation provides Robust Variable Management, compiled in the confines of a single, scalable, modular unit.
This approach extends run times upwards of 35% and is great for Hybrid and/or All-Electric propulsion systems.
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To whom this may be of interest:
Inventor extends opportunity to bring new technology to mainstream.
Seeking partners, buyers, investors; open for licensing, exclusive licensing or outright sale. The potential returns far exceed risk. Now taking bids.
Offering; is an Advanced Propulsion Multifunctional Unit utilizing an “allocated functional stator area” to increase functionality in a single scalable compact unit. Furthermore the selection of materials offers would-be engineers a wide array of options covering a range of Mechanical, Electrical and Thermal characteristics. A selection or combination of newer lightweight high strength materials. Materials both magnetic such as rare earth, as well as materials not utilizing rare earths. This provides an Intellectual Property with a plethora of options to design an advanced motor which can extend run times between charges upwards of 30% which is significant! As well, from a strong IP position to include but not be limited to, a wide range of potential Continuation Patents, Application patents and/or spin-off technologies!
Encourage persons of interest, to see options IP offers. Land, Marine, Air and Space applications. A suggested example would be: Per Land applications, lets say, company “A” purchases a license for their automobile; company “B” purchases a license for their automobile ect. Then a motorcycle company purchases a Exclusive license for their motorcycle, to get a leap on the motorcycle competition.
Same applies to potential buyers in Marine, Air and Space applications. Otherwise, the value here as industry trends show, as well as global demands show great need as we move forward during the transition while oil becomes more scarce in the coming years.
This IP is great for Hybrid and/or All Electric propulsion systems and the core stator component offers Robust Variable management, in the confines of a single scalable unit.
This holds great potential as we transition off oil and move forward in a post oil era…
Here is a list of 3rd party Non-Biased case studies, market players and trend in the transportation sector since 2010-2012 and beyond.
Case Studies and Market Projections
Electric motor case study by IDTechEx; 2012 Electric Motors for Electric Vehicles 2012-2022
Big vehicles tomorrow…
In a huge change in mix in the electric vehicle market and therefore the electric motor market, those small EV motors become a mere 25% of the electric vehicle motor market value in 2022 as the big vehicles, and therefore big motors, become very successful. For example, the value of the market for military electric vehicles increases over 20 times as military forces buy battlefield hybrids rather than just small pure electric runabouts. The bus market value rockets nearly seven times as China, in particular, buys huge numbers of large hybrid versions as part of its national transportation plan. Better reported is the burgeoning electric car market where hybrid versions in particular are behind a nearly six fold growth in market value over the coming decade. All this turns the world of traction motors on its head.
Performance matters more…
The winners in future traction motor markets will win on performance more than price, this including very different criteria in different vehicles with many problems still to solve. For example, Boeing has a contract to develop an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle UAV that can stay aloft for five years. It has subcontracted Newcastle University in the UK to create a traction motor with several times improvement in power- to-weight ratio in order to make this possible. NASA's dream of small aircraft taking off purely under the power from in-wheel motors may call for new motor designs as will the thunderbolt of power from regenerative braking of landing airliners that then become electric vehicles while on the ground. Fault tolerant motors are needed in other applications and while Chorus Motors has developed an asynchronous one, Protean Electric has announced an equally impressive synchronous one. Reducing or eliminating the need for water cooling is a welcome advance as yet rarely on offer with large motors. Working at the more efficient high voltages of 300-700V means less copper, thinner, more manageable wiring and less power wastage. Not all motors meet these requirements.
Automobiles, Motorcycles, Golf Carts, Hunter carts, 4 wheelers,
Watercraft, jet skis, small vessels, large vessels, ships, aircraft carriers, submarines, underwater flight vehicles
Gliders, ultralites, airplanes, helicopters, VTOL Vertical Take Off and Landing, UAV Unmanned Aireal Vehicles, Drones
Spacecraft, Satellites, Orbital Stations
Northrop Grumman Tapped by NASA to Develop Solar Electric Propulsion Flight Concepts for Future Space Missions
Washington: Gov. Gregoire appoints board to lead aerospace innovation center
October 30, 2012
• Dr. Roger Myers, Executive Director, Electric Propulsion and Integrated Systems Capture, Aerojet, Redmond, WA;
Boeing begins NASA solar electric propulsion study
January 11, 2012
By Skyler Frink
Assistant Editor http://www.avionics-intelligence.com/articles/2012/01/Boeing-NASA-solar-electric.html
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