Patents by Inventor Jun Kageyama

Jun Kageyama has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 6849981
    Abstract: For the purpose of preventing demagnetization of a magnet (32) without any cost increase and improving the max torque and the efficiency of an electric motor (20) by suppressing deterioration of magnetic flux density, a permanent magnet-type electric motor (20) comprises a stator (21) and a rotor (25) disposed in the stator (21), in which a plurality of permanent magnets (32), (32) forming a magnetic pole are inserted in magnet insertion portions (31), (31) of a yoke (26) in such manner that the magnets (32), (32) form in line in the circumferential direction thereof, wherein each magnet (32) is divided into a central magnet (33) that is positioned at the central portion in the width direction of the magnet insertion portion (31) and end magnets (34), (34) that are positioned at end portions of the magnet insertion portion (31), and the end magnets (34), (34) have greater coercive forces than the central magnet (33), whereas the central magnet (33) has a greater magnetic flux density than the end magnets (34)
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 27, 2003
    Date of Patent: February 1, 2005
    Assignee: Daikin Industries, Ltd.
    Inventors: Hiroaki Kojima, Jun Kageyama, Akio Yamagiwa
  • Publication number: 20040145263
    Abstract: For the purpose of preventing demagnetization of a magnet (32) without any cost increase and improving the max torque and the efficiency of an electric motor (20) by suppressing deterioration of magnetic flux density, a permanent magnet-type electric motor (20) comprises a stator (21) and a rotor (25) disposed in the stator (21), in which a plurality of permanent magnets (32), (32) forming a magnetic pole are inserted in magnet insertion portions (31), (31) of a yoke (26) in such manner that the magnets (32), (32) form in line in the circumferential direction thereof, wherein each magnet (32) is divided into a central magnet (33) that is positioned at the central portion in the width direction of the magnet insertion portion (31) and end magnets (34), (34) that are positioned at end portions of the magnet insertion portion (31), and the end magnets (34), (34) have greater coercive forces than the central magnet (33), whereas the central magnet (33) has a greater magnetic flux density than the end magnets (34)
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 19, 2003
    Publication date: July 29, 2004
    Inventors: Hiroaki Kojima, Jun Kageyama, Akio Yamagiwa