Peter Templin 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).
Abstract: In the stator winding in a rotating electric machine the winding is situated in radial slots (111) in the stator (106). According to the invention the winding consists of a cable which forms layers at different radial distances from the air gap (108) between the rotor (107) and the stator (106). The part of the cable (101) that passes to and fro once through the stator between different layers forms a coil (113) with an arcshaped coil end protruding from each end surface (114) of the stator (106). The coils (113) are divided into coil group parts. All coils (113) in the same coil group part are arranged axially, one outside the other with substantially coinciding centres and with successively increasing diameters. The number of slots (111) that are bridged by the coils (113) successively increases within the coil group part.
April 9, 1999
October 24, 2002
MATS LEIJON, MONS HOLLELAND, HANS-OLOF KALLDIN, PETER TEMPLIN, BENGT ROTHMAN, CLAES IVARSON, BENGT GORAN
Abstract: A method and device for providing series compensation for rotating electric alternating current machines connected either directly, or via a static current converter, to a three-phase distribution or transmission network. The stator of the electric machine is Y-connected. A capacitive circuit for the fundamental frequency of the voltage is connected to each phase between the low voltage side of the winding and a ground of the transmission network.
October 4, 1999
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October 15, 2002
Mats Leijon, Lars Gertmar, Jan-Anders Nygren, Peter Templin
Abstract: The present invention relates to a rotating electric high voltage machine comprising a stator (8), a rotor (7; 37; 47) and at least one winding. The machine is characterized in that said winding comprises at least one current-carrying conductor (2), that a first layer (3) having semiconducting properties is provided around said conductor, that a solid insulating layer (4) provided around said first layer, and that a second layer (5) having semiconducting properties is provided around said insulating layer.
August 11, 1999
May 2, 2002
MATS LEIJON, PETER TEMPLIN, MONS HOLLELAND, CLAES IVARSON