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China’s first high-energy pulse generator on-linlarge vertical pulse generator passes acceptance

Updated : 2019-02-22

By ( chinadaily.com.cn )

China's first 300,000 kVA vertical pulse generator recently passed the system acceptance test at the Southwestern Institute of Physics affiliated to China National Nuclear Corporation. This means the "China Circulator M(HL-2M)” unit nowThe first 300,000 kVA vertical pulse generator set in China recently passed the system acceptance test at the Southwestern Institute of Physics affiliated to China National Nuclear Corporation, marking the "China Circulation M(HL-2M)” unit has its own high-performance “energy driver”.

With a total weight of about 800 tons and a height of 15.5 meters, the generator set can generate short-duration high-voltage, high-currenttime high-voltage, high-current or high-power pulses during operation.

The instantaneous power capacity of up to 300,000 kVA can meet the high-power, high-energy density power requirements of "China Circulator M(generation is as high as 300,000 kVA, which can meet the high-power, high-energy storage power requirements of "China Circulator M( HL-2M)", providing support for related research.

The 300,000 kVA vertical pulse generator set was developed, designed, manufactured, installed, debugged and tested by Harbin Electric Machinery Co Ltd, overcoming the technical problems of six-phase high-current generators, high-inertia high-speed rotors, and broadband-variable control systems, resulting in a number of innovative achievements without relying on foreign-owned intellectual propertywas 300,000 kVA vertical pulse generator set was developed, designed, manufactured, installed, debugged and tested by Harbin Electric Machinery Co Ltd, overcoming the technical problems of six-phase high-current generators, high-inertia high-speed rotors, and broadband-variable control systems and forming a number of innovative achievements with independent intellectual property rights.

 

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