Advanced New Class of Magnets
Superconducting Permanent Magnets

Can be Used to Improve the Efficiency of any Electrical Machine

They are the Strongest Permanent Magnets in the World

Magnetism is a type of power/energy in a MHD channel. With MHD generators as you increase the magnetic field the amount of electricity produced increases proportionally.

The strength of a magnetic field is measured in units of tesla in the SI units, and in gauss in the cgs system of units. 10,000 gauss are equal to one tesla.

The powerful 16 Tesla Superconducting Permanent Magnets take up 2 Million times Less space and are cheaper to charge. They redefined the standards of magnetic performance and represent a crucial long-awaited revolutionary breakthrough in the advancement of MHD Power technology.

A new generation of Superconducting Permanent Magnets which are 10 times stronger than conventional magnets, are so powerful that a 1 inch sample could potentially support the weight of a seven-ton truck.

MHD generators require an extremely powerful magnets! The next generation of Superconducting Magnets is here. CSPU will be using A New Type of Permanent Magnets - Superconducting Permanent Magnets for the first time with Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Power Plants. MHD generators require enormously powerful magnetic fields if they are to be efficient enough to be practical.

The extraordinarily high magnetic field is a key feature required to increase MHD system efficiency. However, iron core electromagnets have proven impractical for use in MHD energy conversion devices because they require enormous current draw to sustain high Tesla magnetic flux densities. Prior art MHD energy conversion devices have, therefore, been limited to the use of iron-ore magnets having magnetic flux densities of no greater than 1-3 Tesla.

The recent demonstration of superconductive permanent magnets with magnetic flux densities of up to 16 Tesla is a very encouraging development that can enable commercially viable high efficiency MHD technology.

Engineering Magnetic Mechanical Design

Superconducting Permanent Magnets uses a heat engine which converts thermal energy into currents of millions of amps to create these super magnets, generating a series of magnetic waves which progressively magnetize the super-conductor (Yttrium barium copper oxide, often abbreviated YBCO, is a family of crystalline chemical compounds, famous for displaying "high-temperature superconductivity") much in the same way a nail can be magnetized by stroking it over a magnet. Like seeding in a rice paddy.

These new magnets could revolutionize use in future MHD generators and play a key role in energy efficiency and storage.

Superconducting Permanent Magnets are:

With all existing Permanent Magnets electrons are tied down and have a built in limit to the amount of magnesium that can reached. However with Superconducting Permanent Magnets electrons work in a different way. They are not tied down and limited. As with state of the art magnets are today. With extremely high-field Superconducting Permanent Magnets electrons can move freely allowing them to become super charged/conductive, up to 16 Tesla when they are made super-cooled in Nitrogen Gas at about 200 degrees Celsius 320 degrees Fahrenheit.

The superconducting properties only come into effect as the magnets are chilled to 93K (minus 180 degrees Celsius) using liquid nitrogen, unleashing the magnets' capability to maintain very high current loops and hence very strong magnetic fields.

Superconducting Permanent Magnets

– Safer and higher efficient operations due to no heat generation

– Strong and stable magnetic field

– Can maintain a flux density order of magnitude bigger than conventional materials

– Magnetic fields as high as 16 T are not achievable in conventional iron-based permanent magnets.

– Magnetized on a molecular scale which means that Superconducting Permanent Magnets can maintain a flux density orders of magnitude bigger than conventional materials

– Flux pumping used in making Superconducting Permanent Magnets is especially significant when one bears in mind that all other methods of magnetizing superconductors require application of a magnetic flux density at least as high as the final required field. This is not true of flux pumping

The thermal energy as it is dispensed creates a series of magnetic waves which gradually magnetize the superconductor at a fraction of the costs involved in conventional approaches. It is in effect a thermally actuated superconducting flux pump that builds up the magnetic field incrementally.

– Enhancement of the degrees of freedom for designing devices

The Effect of an Increased Magnetic Field on MHD Power Generation

The high magnetic field is a key feature required to increase solar MHD system efficiency.

In the past, superconducting magnets that MHD generation needed required great amounts of electricity to create superconducting magnets, which made MHD not economically practical.

Superconducting Permanent Magnets technology represent a true breakthrough.

The CSPU MHD generator uses a new generation of superconducting magnets, which are revolutionary and very cost-effective. This new generation of Superconducting Permanent Magnets has to be chilled to cryogenic temperatures in order to reach superconductivity magnetism.

CSPU is DEVELOPING STATE-OF-THE-ART ultra-light, ultra-compact Superconducting Permanent Magnets for MHD Power Generation and many other applications.

Such as: Ultra-Compact Ultra-Efficient Machines, Superconducting Motors and Generators: e.g. Wind Turbines, HTS Generators - Large Electric Utility Motors and Generators, MRI - NMR Machines, Accelerator Magnets, Wave and Tidal Energy, Aerospace Applications of MHD, High Speed Spaceship Propulsion, Aerospace Applications of MHD, MHD Hypersonic Flow Control for Advanced Aerospace, MHD Power to Control Aerodynamics and Propulsion, MHD Plasma Propulsors Electromagnetic Rocket Engine, Trains (Maglev Trains), Buses, Cars, Trucks, Pulse Detonation Combustion System for Magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)—an Innovative Way that Converts a High-Velocity Coal Flame into Electricity Using a Magnetic Field, Magnetic Separation, Mass Spectrometers, Beam-Steering Magnets Used in Particle Accelerators, High-Performance Transformers, Power Storage Devices, Electric Power Transmission, Magnetic Levitation Devices, Defense applications, MHD Nuclear Space Power, Ship Propulsion.

The results of calculations of the characteristics and development of a scheme and technical make-up of an open-cycle space power facility based on a high-temperature nuclear reactor for a nuclear rocket motor and a 20 MW Faraday MHD generator are presented. A heterogeneous channel-vessel IVG-1 reactor, which heated hydrogen to 3100 K, with the pressure at the exit from the reactor core up to 5 MPa, burn rate 5 kg/sec, and thermal power up to 220 MW is examined. The main parameters of the MHD generator are determined: Cs seed fraction 20%, stopping pressure at the entrance 2 MPa, electric conductivity 30 S/m, Mach number 0.7, magnetic induction 6 T, electric power 20 MW, specific energy extraction 4 MJ/kg.

Magnetohydrodynamic Ship Propulsion

MHD propulsion is a revolutionary type of propulsion system that doesn't use propellers to power ships and submarines but instead uses a magnetic force on the current. The method eliminates motors, drive shafts, gears as well as propellers, so it proposes to be a low-noise system with great reliability at low cost.


YAMATO 1 The First Ship that Made use of MHD Technology

CSPU will be producing the strongest permanent magnets in the world! The next generation of superconducting magnets technology.

Pulsed Field Magnetization

Superconducting Permanent Magnets use a heat engine which converts thermal energy into currents of millions of amps. The thermal energy is used to create a series of magnetic waves which progressively magnetize the superconductor much in the same way a nail can be magnetized by stroking it over a magnet.

As long as the superconductor stays cold, minus 459 degrees Fahrenheit, using a cryogenic system for circulating super-cold liquid helium to cool the Superconducting Permanent Magnets, the magnetic currents will flow uninterrupted, providing powerful, stable, shapeable magnetic fields for a wide range of applications.

Previously available electromagnets had proven impractical for use in MHD energy conversion devices because they require electricity to stay cool in order to sustain the high Tesla magnetic flux densities. Prior art MHD energy conversion devices have, therefore, been limited to the use of magnets having magnetic flux densities of no greater than 1-2 Tesla. However, recent development permits the use of with high temperature superconductors allows trapped flux to behave as permanent magnets having magnetic flux densities of up to 17 Tesla. This has never been applied before to improve the efficiency of an MHD energy conversion device and is a key advancement to the state of the art. With MHD the stronger the magnetic field the greater the power generated. MHD generator technology is superior to all other electricity generators.


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