Projektinformation

Projekttitel:
En ny generation permanentmagnetiserade generatorer för marin energiomvandling
Projekttitel (eng):
A new generation of permanent magnet generators for marine energy conversion
Project manager:
Mats Leijon
Organisation:
Uppsala universitet
Projektnummer:
P42243-1
Projektstart:
2016-06-01
Projektslut:
2018-12-31
Budget:
ÅrBeviljat
20161 050 000 kr
20172 067 000 kr
20182 265 000 kr
Total:5 382 000 kr
Programområde:
Sol/Vind/Vatten forskningsprogram
Program:
Marin energiomvandling 2015-2018
Energimyndighetens andel:
64 %
Energimyndighetens handläggare:
Linn Sjöström
Ärendesammanfattning:
Projektet syftar till att förbättra designen av långsamtgående permanentmagnetiserade generatorer för marin energiomvandling. Målet är att utveckla generatorer som är mer miljövänliga, har bättre prestanda, är kostnadsreducerade, har ökad tillförlitlighet och förbättrad reproducerbarhet.
Ärendesammanfattning (eng):
This project aims at using scientific methods to improve the design of slow moving, permanent magnet generators for marine energy conversion. The goal is to develop generators that have better performance, reduced cost, increased reliability, improved reproducibility and are more environmental friendly. A part of the project is based on advanced measurements of electrical and non-electrical quantities in situ and in real time. Furthermore, traditional, very environmentally friendly permanent magnet materials placed in a cost efficient magnetic circuit are studied. Many of the results from this project can be applied on different concepts for marine energy conversion based on slow moving permanent magnet generators. Wave power has been studied at the division of electricity since 2001. The research team now consists of 30 researchers and has large experimental facilities.
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