Multipolar Development Corporation Electric Machine Prototype Promises Unprecedented Versatility Multi-Polar Machines Will Improve Electric Vehicle Operation, Performance, and Efficiency
Austin, TX | February 28, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time
Multipolar Development Corporation (MDC) an electrical and automation engineering company announced details on its patented multipolar electric vehicle (EV) propulsion enhancement system today. The company has begun construction and testing of a physical prototype of its novel multipolar electric vehicle propulsion enhancement system.
MDC’s Recent successes with finite element method (FEM) models of the system have paved the way for the development of the first iteration of the revolutionary electric machine design.
“The technology is performing even better than we anticipated,” stated MDC CEO and inventor, Shaun McCutcheon. “We fully intend to shock the EV industry as our patented technology advances it to a new level of efficiency and performance.”
Multipolar Technology™ manages the speed and torque of a DC electric machine directly through advanced intelligent control, requiring fewer external drive components and power connections and eliminating the need for brushes and commutators.
Breaking the “medium voltage” barrier
The innovative Multipolar approach is a response to the rapidly growing demand for high-power electric machines. In addition to the push to replace internal combustion motors with greener alternatives, there’s an increasing need for more efficient DC electric generators, particularly at an industrial scale. With heavy industrial applications and electric vehicles (EV's) being the next phase for green initiatives, Multipolar marks a significant milestone in machine technology.
The increased efficiency and scalability of MDC’s patented design will allow its DC machines to operate at voltages of 2000 V and above (medium voltage above 1 kV) – something that has been traditionally impractical for DC electric machines. Long-term use, electrical arcing, and environmental conditions lead to mechanical wear and imperfections that reduce efficiency in high-power motor and generator applications. By using its unique control system to dynamically alter a machine’s pole configuration, Multipolar can compensate for these conditions in real time to offset inefficiencies and accumulated mechanical defects.
Ultimate versatility and customization
The biggest advantage of Multipolar machines is versatility. Traditional DC electric machines have a fixed design and operation. With a Multipolar DC machine, however, the performance can be optimized for the demands of each end device or system using software and machine learning.
Engineer and electric motor consultant Thomas Neroda stated, “The major advantage of the Multipolar machine is the performance versatility. With almost unlimited performance configurations, the machine can be uniquely adapted to match the requirements of the end application.”
The Multipolar machine will allow end-product designers to use a custom controller with multiple performance options and settings. An array of sensors will inform intelligent software, both at setup and during operation, not only to optimize performance to meet initial design specifications but also to maintain that efficiency and performance under dynamic conditions. With a range of operational speeds at full power, designers will even be able to repurpose Multipolar machines when applications or operational demands change.
The upcoming Multipolar electric machine prototype, expected to be completed in mid-2023, will demonstrate the practicality of an intelligent multipolar DC electric machine design setting the stage for further research and production including new Multipolar Universal AC/DC Machines.
“At a time where political leaders in the United States are seeking to position the country as a global leader in EV manufacturing, the introduction of our technology has perfect timing,” Shaun McCutcheon continued. “With more than $3 billion expected to be invested into the domestic electric vehicle industry by the U.S. Department of Commerce, and likely even more from private investors, we expect significant interest in the technology our team of engineers developed.”
Multipolar Development Corporation is an Austin, TX-based C-Corp comprised of energy, electric, and automotive engineering experts.
Please visit: www.MultipolarMachine.com for more information.
For more information or to schedule an interview with Shaun McCutcheon, please contact Dan Rene of kglobal, at email@example.com or 202-329-8357.