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International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering (IJRTE)

ISSN 1797-9617

Volume 1, Number 5, May 2009

Issue on Mechanical Engineering

Page(s): 110-112

Superconductor Ceramics and Silicone Composite Dc Engine

N.R. Kamalakannan, S. Naren Dhass

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This paper gives a new approach to the use of composite materials in dc engines for efficient power development. Composite materials are manufactured from two or more materials with different properties. By means of examining the property of superconductor, it is found that they are perfect diamagnetic repellers and they are capable of producing work. Such superconducting property can be achieved in the composite materials consisting of superconductor ceramics and metal or metal oxide or halogen element. The advantage of using composite material is because it provides high efficiency and low loss. The work is derived from the piston which is a diamagnet, by means of crank.

Index Terms

MEMS, finite element modeling, laser-micromachining, virtual technology

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