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10/12/17 new patent  Switching scheme for static synchronous compensators using cascaded h-bridge converters
03/30/17High temperature superconductor wire bundling system and method
03/02/17Long length high temperature superconducting wires with uniform ion implanted pinning microstructures
12/17/15Electricity transmission cooling system
11/12/15Electricity transmission cooling system
10/03/13Reduced-loss bucking bundle low voltage cable
10/03/13Wide electrical conductor having high c-axis strength
03/14/13Electricity transmission cooling system
09/27/12Mitigating the effects of defects in high temperature superconductor wires
07/05/12Thyristor gate pulses in static var compensator
05/17/12Current fault limiter with live tank
02/09/12Power conversion systems
02/02/12Centralized power conditioning
01/12/12Low resistance splice for high temperature superconductor wires
11/03/11Power converter with dual ring network control
10/13/11Generator with ferromagnetic teeth
10/13/11Continuous wind power system with auxiliary blades
10/06/11Thyristor gate pulses in static var compensator
10/06/11Thick oxide film by single coating
07/21/11Superconducting electricity transmission system
06/09/11Fault current limiting hts cable and configuring same
06/09/11Torque limiting coupling for wind turbine
06/09/11Power electronic assembly with slotted heatsink
03/31/11Dynamic conversion of variable voltage dc to ac
02/24/11Mesh-type stabilizer for filamentary coated superconductors
11/04/10Reducing photovoltaic array voltage during inverter re-enablement
11/04/10Power conversion systems
11/04/10Generator with ferromagnetic teeth
10/21/10Monitoring switching networks
08/26/10Method of patterning oxide superconducting films
06/03/10Torque support member for rotating electrical machine
02/25/10Oxide films with nanodot flux pinning centers
01/28/10Two-sided splice for high temperature superconductor laminated wires
01/07/10Static var corrector
01/07/10Low voltage ride through
12/03/09Low resistance splice for high temperature superconductor wires
10/01/09Dc bus voltage harmonics reduction
10/01/09Interface device for a high temperature superconductor degaussing system junction box
10/01/09Superconducting cable assembly and assembly
09/17/09Cooling system in a rotating reference frame
09/17/09Systems and methods for solution-based deposition of metallic cap layers for high temperature superconductor wires
01/28/10Two-sided splice for high temperature superconductor laminated wires
01/07/10Low voltage ride through







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