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Winding support for use with a superconducting rotor and method for forming the same

United States Patent Application

20020089253
A1
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A winding support structure for use with a superconducting rotor support structure and method for forming the same comprises a binding ring and a lamination coupled to the binding ring and having a slot formed therein for receiving the winding. At least one tie is arranged around a portion of the lamination and a portion of the binding ring to enable the winding to be held within the slot. The lamination includes a first tooth and a second tooth integral with the lamination for defining the slot therebetween. A felt ring or a tire is arranged around an outer circumference of the binding ring. Alternatively, the winding support structure comprises a binding ring, first and second non-magnetic boards coupled to the binding ring and a lamination coupled to the boards. A slot is defined between the boards and between the binding ring and the lamination to receive the winding. Any clearance space in the slot is filled with an RTV or an epoxy.
Kudlacik, Henry William (Mineville, NY)
09/ 757,701
January 11, 2001
[0001] This invention was made with government support under government contract no. DEFC0293CH10589 awarded by the Department of Energy. The government has certain rights to this invention.