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Axial Flux

The structure of conventional direct drive machines is of cylindrical type, a cylinder fitted with electrical windings (rotor) rotating in a fixed cylinder (stator) also equipped with coils in which electricity is produced. In this type of machine, the radial magnetic flux (magnetic flux oriented along the radius).

DDIS’s innovation is to use a structure with axial flow: a disc plate rotates in front another fixed disk (stator) . Also known as axial machine (the magnetic flux is parallel to the axis of rotation of the disk).

This innovative structure provides a higher compactness than the cylindrical structure and reduce the mass of the structure.

© 2009 Don Diego, (Rezé - France) for DDIS