Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Electrostatic Rotating-Machine Employing Dielectric Substrates With Surface Conductors
WARF: P170167US01

Inventors: Daniel Ludois, Baoyun Ge

The Invention
An electrostatic rotating electrical machine employs axially extending electrically conductive electrodes on a rotor interacting with a corresponding set of axially extending electrodes on a stator, where the electrodes are supported at an outer surface of a dielectric sleeve which continues beneath the electrodes to provide a robust support and to minimize electrode weight.
Additional Information
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