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Another patented invention of SYNCHRO-SYM Technologies is Brushless Multiphase Self-Commutated Control (BMSCC), which realizes a pure gyrator, synchroconverter, or virtual synchronous machine for the future focus of BEM, such as smart-power-converter products for the smart grid, the implementation of renewable energy from photovoltaics (PV), etc. By electronically controlling the sharing of magnetic energy between phases of a Position Dependent Flux High Frequency Transformer (PDF-HFT) with proprietary modulation techniques under resonant or soft switching, BMSCC acts as a phase lock loop to sensorlessly and automatically control the transfer of speed synchronized, bidirectional power with pure sinusoidal waveform of any frequency (including DC) and any number of phases or electrical phase angles (or impedances) to any other frequency with any number of phases or electrical phase angles. For example, SYNCHRO-SYM's Brushless Real Time Emulation Controller (BRTEC) comprises BMSCC.

 

A modified BMSCC at power conditioning nodes provides a patented isolated bi-directional balanced multiphase, soft-switching high frequency, AC micro distribution bus system (BM-HFMDB) for up to several hundred meters of length, such as an EV or ship micro distribution bus system, but more importantly, BM-HFMDB provides modular and scalable power conditioning nodes with fewer electronic stages, lower cost, and higher efficiency in a system of systems application. For instance, serving as power conditioning nodes of a system of systems micro distribution bus, all high performance electronic inverters have a circuit topology with a primary stage of active electronics for frequency and voltage translation on one side of the node to an intermediate stage, such as the DC link stage, to a secondary stage of active electronics for translating the intermediate stage voltage or frequency to the other side of the node; but only a modified BMSCC becomes either the primary (or secondary) stage with the BM-HDFMDB as the intermediate stage, which halves the number of voltage and frequency translation stages in a system of systems.

 

With automatic frequency synchronization, BMSCC could dramatically reduce overall electrical energy consumption under the enterprise management of a system of systems. For example, a crane (with SYNCHRO-SYM) consuming electrical power from the electrical power grid by lifting a load (against gravity) at one field location would be neutralized by another crane (with SYNCHRO-SYM) returning (generating) electrical power to the electrical power grid by lowering a load (with gravity) at another field location and as a result, total electrical power would be reduced to electrical losses in the system of systems.  

 

 

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