KAWAGUCHI Takemi

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Name
KAWAGUCHI Takemi
Job title
Professor

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1968
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kurume National College of Technology
 

Misc

 
Performance Characteristics of Brushless Salient-pole Self-Excited Type Three-Phase Synchronous Motor Driven by Transistor Inverter
S.Nonaka,K.Fujii and T.Kawaguchi
The Transactions of The IEE of Japan   Vol.104-B(No.5) 281-288   1984
May,1984
S.Nonaka,K.Fujii and T.Kawaguchi
The Transactions of The IEE of Japan   104(12) 841-848   1984
Dec.,1984
S.Nonaka,K.Fujii and T.Kawaguchi
The Transactions of The IEE of Japan   105(6) 555-562   1985
Jun.,1985
S.Nonaka and T.Kawaguchi
The Transactions of The IEE of Japan   108(3) 314-321   1988
Mar.,1988
S.Nonaka and T.Kawaguchi
The Transactions of The IEE of Japan   108(7) 685-690   1988
July,1988

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Estimation of Optimum Genarator Load for Variable-Speed Small Wind Generation System with Three-Phase Full-Wave Bridge Rectifier and Charging Apparatus
2008 Joint Conference of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Kyushu   
An Optimal Load Making Scheme Based on Dynamic Behavior Simulation Counted only Copper Loss of Generator-Side for Variable-Speed Small Wind Genaration
JIASC 2008 Japan Industry Applications Society Conference   
Effective Use of Brushless Self-Excited-Type Three-Phase Synchronous Motor for Voveyance Device
International Conference on Electrical Machines and Applications   
Torque Pulsation Improvement for Brushless Salient-Pole Self-Excited-Type Three-Phase Synchronous Machine and its Performance Characteristics
Small Motor International Conference   
Excitation Scheme of Brushless Self-Excited Type Three-Phase Synchronous Machine
IEEE Ind. Appl. Soc. Annu. Meetig   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Maximizing Control of the Output of Wind Turbine
Project Year: 2000   
Application of the Switched-Reluctance Machine for Variable-Speed Wind Generation System
Project Year: 2006