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Jing-Jin Electric Technologies | Date: 2013-06-17

Alternators; current generators; electric generators; driving motors other than for land vehicles; stators being parts of machines; motors for boats; engines, other than for land vehicles; control mechanisms for machines, engines and motors, namely, hydraulic controls and pneumatic controls; motors, electric, other than for land vehicles. Engines for land vehicles; driving motors for land vehicles; torque converters for land vehicles; propulsion mechanisms, namely, engines for land vehicles; automobile chassis; gear boxes for land vehicles; transmission chains for land vehicles; cars; cycle cars; reduction gears for land vehicles.


Jje

Trademark
Jing-Jin Electric Technologies | Date: 2013-06-17

Alternators; current generators; electric generators; driving motors other than for land vehicles; stators being parts of machines; motors for boats; engines, other than for land vehicles; control mechanisms for machines, engines and motors, namely, hydraulic controls and pneumatic controls; motors, electric, other than for land vehicles. Engines for land vehicles; driving motors for land vehicles; torque converters for land vehicles; propulsion mechanisms , namely, engines for land vehicles; automobile chassis; gear boxes for land vehicles; transmission chains for land vehicles; cars; cycle cars; reduction gears for land vehicles.


Patent
Jing-Jin Electric Technologies | Date: 2010-11-16

A rotor device of an integrated starter-generator motor and a rotor working system are disclosed in the present invention. The rotor device is a monobloc casted and then machined, inseparable one-piece structure. The rotor device takes the shape of a straw hat and is provided with an external side surface of a hat top being surface (


Jing-Jin Electric Technologies | Entity website

2010


Lou Z.,Huazhong University of Science and Technology | Yu K.,Huazhong University of Science and Technology | Wang L.,Jing-Jin Electric Technologies | Ren Z.-A.,Huazhong University of Science and Technology | Ye C.,Huazhong University of Science and Technology
IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion | Year: 2010

This letter aims to settle the controversy about whether or not the two-reaction theory is applicable to homopolar inductor alternator (HIA). First, the prerequisite of two-reaction theory is introduced. The direct and quadrature axes of HIA are defined and the corresponding armature reaction fields are calculated respectively based on finite element method. A conclusion that two-reaction theory is applicable to HIA is made using spatial overlay analysis. © 2006 IEEE. Source

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