Microchips for Electro-Engines Control
Computer Aided Design of New Generation Microchips of Electro Motor Control Devices
Tech Area / Field
- MAN-COM/CAD and CAM/Manufacturing Technology
3 Approved without Funding
ASUP-KAVA Ltd., Armenia, Yerevan
- LEDA SYSTEMS, Inc., USA, TX, Plano
Project summaryThrough well-known special programs it’s intended to implement computer design of microchips of new generation devices of Electro-motor control (multi-phase step motors and non-contact motors of direct current) with improved principle technical characteristics, the functional schemes of which have already been elaborated, the layout models have been successfully tested and patented due to the ISTC Project #A-177. Simultaneously new methods and devices are to be elaborated. The most universal (multimode) devices of phase commutation and step electrical splitting, with increased evenness of observation vector allocation and vector angles, are to be projected.
During the projection the programmable simulation of basic electrical diagrams of these devices and layout design of the corresponding microchips is to be processed. As a result, the complete technical documentation of these microchips are to be worked out for further production and test/characterization of the experimental models.
Along with the mentioned activities, it’s planned to realize marketing of the leading companies, involved in development and production of microchips of electromotor control, for market sector evaluation and partner acquisition purposes for organizing their mass production and commercialization.
Besides, as a result of patent search of international fund of the given field, it’s presupposed the expected new results patenting and business plan preparation.
In the performance of the given project the main participants of the previous Project A-177, which are highly qualified and have many years of experience in the mentioned field, are to take part.
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