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(11)EP 3 376 649 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
29.04.2020 Bulletin 2020/18

(21)Application number: 15908262.7

(22)Date of filing:  10.11.2015
(51)International Patent Classification (IPC): 
H02K 19/36(2006.01)
H02K 11/04(2016.01)
H02K 9/22(2006.01)
H02K 11/33(2016.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/JP2015/081557
(87)International publication number:
WO 2017/081738 (18.05.2017 Gazette  2017/20)

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AC GENERATOR

WECHSELSTROMGENERATOR

GÉNÉRATEUR DE COURANT ALTERNATIF


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(43)Date of publication of application:
19.09.2018 Bulletin 2018/38

(73)Proprietor: Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 100-8310 (JP)

(72)Inventor:
  • KOBAYASHI, Yuzuru
    Tokyo 100-8310 (JP)

(74)Representative: Hoffmann Eitle 
Patent- und Rechtsanwälte PartmbB Arabellastraße 30
81925 München
81925 München (DE)


(56)References cited: : 
WO-A1-2013/132653
US-A- 5 998 893
US-A1- 2012 126 638
JP-A- 2012 110 180
US-A1- 2007 057 584
US-A1- 2013 154 407
  
      
    Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


    Description

    Technical Field



    [0001] This invention relates to an AC power generator including a rectifying device supported on a casing, and particularly to improvement in the rectifying device.

    Background Art



    [0002] A rectifying device for a vehicular AC power generator includes an arc-shaped positive-side heat sink having a heat dissipation fin and supporting a positive-side diode as a rectifying element, and an arc-shaped negative-side heat sink having a heat dissipation fin and supporting a negative-side diode as a rectifying element. The rectifying device also includes a circuit board electrically connecting the positive-side diode and the negative-side diode to the tip portion of winding of a stator coil. At two spaced-apart positions inside the periphery of the arc-shaped circuit board, engaging projections are provided. These engaging projections are press-fit into respective corresponding holes of the positive-side heat sink and the negative-side heat sink and screwed to a rear bracket, while holding the positive-side heat sink and the negative-side heat sink. At substantially middle portions between three fixation holes, the engaging projections and the holes are respectively disposed for co-fastening and fixing the assembled rectifying device to a case such as the rear bracket. This suppresses vibration transmitted from a vehicle or the sympathetic vibration of the rectifying device resulting from the vibration of the AC power generator and reduces a mechanical load on each component (see, e.g., PTL 1).

    [0003] PTL 2 discloses a rectifying device having a configuration including fitting projecting portions and holding holes. In this rectifying device, a positive-side heat sink (Figs. 1 and 4 in PTL 2) including a wall portion extending long in an axial direction inside the periphery thereof and a plate-like negative-side heat sink including no heat dissipation fin are shown.

    [0004] Meanwhile, there is a lead that is fixed to the bonding region of the surface of a semiconductor element via a bonding material and that has a gravity-center adjustment portion provided in the end portion of the lead located over the semiconductor element. Due to the effect of preventing the weight of the lead from generating a rotation moment, the lead can be fixed to the surface of the semiconductor element in a statically self-supported and non-inclined state even when the lead is not fixed. As a result, the lead need not be fixed using a spacer or a weight in a bonding step, thereby inducing the effect of improving the productivity and yield of a semiconductor device (see, e.g., PTL 3).

    [0005] Document US 20120126638A1 discusses a positive side heat sink, a negative side heat sink and a circuit board connecting rectifying element positioned on these sinks.

    [0006] Document US 20070057584A1 discusses a voltage controller comprising a control circuit and a heat radiating member having a first surface and a second surface configured such that a cooling wind can smoothly pass along the second surface without packing or deposition of foreign matters on the second surface.

    Citation List


    Patent Literature



    [0007] 

    [PTL 1] Japanese Patent Application Publication No. 2011-250495

    [PTL 2] Japanese Patent Application Publication No. 2012-110180

    [PTL 3] Japanese Patent No. 4620566 (Specification)


    Summary of Invention


    Technical Problem



    [0008] In a conventional rectifying device, particularly a plate-like heat sink not provided with heat dissipation fin, the periphery of the holding portion projects partly from the surface of the heat sink.
    (Figs. 4 and 7 and reference numerals 23 and 27 in PTL 2) . In the heat sink having this configuration, when the prepared heat sinks are stored in a stacked fashion in a step before rectifying elements are press-fit into a plurality of respective fitting holes for the rectifying elements, the heat sinks cannot be neatly stacked in a space-saving manner, which leads to a problem when the heat sinks are supplied. In addition, in terms of workability in press-fitting the rectifying elements, in each of the heat sinks formed into a plate-like shape, two portions each located inside the periphery and configured to extend long in a substantially C-shape when viewed in the axial direction are formed with stepped portions . As a result, when the plurality of heat sinks are stacked, the stepped portions interfere with each other to incline the heat sinks and consequently the heat sinks may not be able to be correctly stacked.

    [0009] This invention has been created in view of the foregoing, and an object thereof is to obtain an AC power generator which allows individual heat sinks to be efficiently stacked and smoothly supplied to a production line in an assembly step and allows productivity thereof to be improved.

    Solution to Problem



    [0010] The mentioned problems are solved by the subject-matter of the independent claim. A preferred embodiment is defined in the dependent claim. To attain the object described above, an AC power generator includes a rotor rotatably supported in a casing, a stator having a stator winding wire and supported on the casing, a rectifying device disposed outside one end of the casing in an axial direction to rectify an AC current generated in the stator winding wire, and a voltage adjuster disposed outside the one end of the casing in the axial direction to adjust a magnitude of the AC voltage generated in the stator. The rectifying device includes a broken-ring-shaped heat sink supporting a rectifying element and cooling the rectifying element and a circuit board holding the heat sink. The circuit board includes an engaging projection. The heat sink includes a hole into which the engaging projection is fit and a gravity center adjustment portion.

    Advantageous Effects of Invention



    [0011] According to this invention, it is possible to efficiently stack heat sinks by preventing the heat sinks from being inclined with respect to each other, smoothly supply the individual heat sinks to a production line in an assembly step, and improve productivity thereof.

    Brief Description of Drawings



    [0012] 

    Fig. 1 is a vertical cross-sectional view showing an AC power generator according to Embodiment 1 of this invention.

    Fig. 2 is a front view showing a rectifying device in Fig. 1.

    Fig. 3 is an exploded perspective view showing the rectifying device in Fig. 1.

    Fig. 4 is an arrow cross-sectional view along the line IV-IV in Fig. 2.

    Fig. 5 is a perspective view of a negative-side heat sink according to Embodiment 1 of this invention.

    Fig. 6 is a main-portion cross-sectional view of Fig. 5.

    Fig. 7 is a view showing a stacked state.

    Fig. 8 is a perspective view showing a rectifying device in an AC power generator according to Embodiment 2 of this invention.

    Fig. 9 is a rear perspective view of Fig. 8.


    Description of Embodiments



    [0013] The following will describe embodiments of this invention on the basis of the accompanying drawings. Note that, in the drawings, like reference numerals are assumed to designate like or corresponding parts.

    Embodiment 1



    [0014] Fig. 1 is a cross-sectional view of a vehicular AC power generator as an AC power generator according to Embodiment 1 of this invention.

    [0015] A vehicular AC power generator 1 includes a casing 4, a shaft 6, a pulley 7, a rotor 8, fans 11a and 11b, and a stator 12. The casing 4 includes a front bracket 2 and a rear bracket 3 each made of aluminum and having a substantially bowl shape. The shaft 6 is rotatably supported on the casing 4 via a pair of bearings 5. The pulley 7 is fixedly attached to an end portion of the shaft 6 extending toward the front side of the casing 4. The rotor 8 is fixed to the shaft 6 and disposed in the casing 4. The fans 11a and 11b are fixed to the both end surfaces of the rotor 8 respectively in an axial direction. The stator 12 is fixed to the casing 4 so as to completely surround the rotor 8.

    [0016] The vehicular AC power generator 1 further includes, in addition to the above, a pair of slip rings 15, a rectifying device 20, a pair of brushes 17, a voltage adjuster 18, and a protective cover 19. The pair of slip rings 15 are fixed to the extending portion of the shaft 6 extending toward the rear side of the casing 4 to supply a current to the rotor 8. The rectifying device 20 is produced in a substantially C-shape and disposed in a fan shape around the shaft 6 on a plane orthogonal to the shaft core of the shaft 6 outside the peripheries of the slip rings 15 to rectify an AC voltage generated in the stator 12. The pair of brushes 17 are contained in a brush holder 16 located outside the peripheries of the pair of slip rings 15 and disposed between the tips of the substantially C-shape of the rectifying device 20 to slide relative to each of the slip rings 15. The voltage adjuster 18 is attached to the brush holder 16 to adjust the magnitude of the AC voltage generated in the stator 12. In the vehicular AC power generator 1, a connector is provided, though the illustration thereof is omitted. The connector is disposed on the rear side of the rear bracket 3 to perform signal input/output between the voltage adjuster 18 and an external device not shown. The protective cover 19 is made of an insulating resin attached to the rear bracket 3 so as to cover the rectifying device 20, the brush holder 16, and the voltage adjuster 18.

    [0017] The rotor 8 includes a field winding wire 9 which allows an excitation current to flow therein to generate a magnetic flux and a pole core 10 which is provided so as to cover the field winding wire 9 and in which the magnetic flux forms a magnetic pole. On the other hand, the stator 12 includes a cylindrical stator iron core 13 and a stator winding wire 14 which is wound around the stator iron core 13 and in which a change in the magnetic flux from the field winding wire 9 causes an AC current as the rotor 8 rotates. The stator iron core 13 is disposed so as to be held between the front and rear brackets 2 and 3, located on both sides thereof in the axial direction, and surround the rotor 8. Note that, by way of example, the rotor 8 is assumed to have 12 poles and the number of slots formed in the stator iron core 13 is assumed to be 72. That is, two slots are formed per pole per phase. The stator winding wire 14 includes two pairs of Y-connected 3-phase AC winding wires.

    [0018] Next, a configuration of the rectifying device 20 will be described with reference to Figs. 2 to 4. The rectifying device 20 includes a positive-side heat sink ASSY 21 as a first heat sink ASSY on which six positive-side rectifying elements 24 are mounted, a negative-side heat sink ASSY 25 as a second heat sink ASSY on which six negative-side rectifying elements 28 are mounted, and a circuit board 30 which connects the positive-side rectifying elements 24 and the negative-side rectifying elements 28 so as to form a bridge circuit.

    [0019] Each of the positive-side heat sink 22 and the negative-side heat sink 26 forming the respective heat sinks ASSY is produced by using, for example, aluminum to have a plate shape having a thickness basically including the thickness of each of the positive-side rectifying elements 24 or the negative-side rectifying elements 28 which are press-fit therein. Each of the positive-side heat sink 22 and the negative-side heat sink 26 has a partly broken ring shape or a shape which can be regarded as a substantially C-shape or U-shape. The circuit board 30 is produced by mold-forming a plurality of insert terminals not shown using an insulating resin or the like.

    [0020] The axial direction of the rectifying device 20 corresponds to the thickness direction of each of the plate-like heat sinks, i.e., the direction in which the positive-side heat sink ASSY 21, the circuit board 30, and the negative-side heat sink ASSY 25 are stacked. The rectifying device 20 is disposed, with the negative-side heat sink ASSY 25 facing the end surface of the rear bracket 3 and disposed in the generally C-shape outside the peripheries of the slip rings 15. The rectifying device 20 is fixed to the rear bracket 3 by screwing, to the rear bracket 3, fixation bolts, not shown, which are inserted through casing co-fastening fixation portions 20A, 20B, and 20C from the positive-side heat sink ASSY 21 via insulating members not shown. As a result, the rectifying device 20 is disposed such that the positive-side heat sink 22 is located at the rearmost position. The rectifying device 20 is disposed in the substantially C-shape around the shaft 6. The surface of the positive-side heat sink 22 of the rectifying device 20 is located on a plane orthogonal to the shaft core of the shaft 6. Lead wires 14a (Fig. 1) of the two pairs of 3-phase AC winding wires included in the stator winding wires 14 are led out from the rear bracket 3 toward the rear side and respectively inserted into stator winding wire connectors 31 and welded to the other ends of insert conductors not shown. The positive-side rectifying elements 24 and the negative-side rectifying elements 28 are connected to the respective insert conductors, which are not shown, by a positive-side rectifying element connector 32 and a negative-side rectifying element connector 33 of the circuit board 30 to form the bridge circuit. Into a through hole in one end portion of the positive-side heat sink ASSY 21 in a circumferential direction, an output terminal bolt (not shown) serving as an output terminal is inserted.

    [0021] A holding portion 40 includes engaging projections provided on the circuit board 30 and holes provided in the heat sink facing the engaging projections in the axial direction. The engaging projections are provided inside the periphery of the arc-shaped circuit board 30 and between the casing co-fastening fixation portions 20A and 20B and between the casing co-fastening fixation portions 20B and 20C. As shown in the cross-sectional view of Fig. 4, an engaging projection 34 provided to face the back surface of the positive-side heat sink 22 (lower side on the page of Fig. 4) and an engaging projection 35 provided to face the top surface of the negative-side heat sink 26 (upper side on the page of Fig. 4) are configured in back-to-back relation. The engaging projections 34 and 35 are screwed to the rear bracket 3, while being press-fit in corresponding holes 23 and 27 of the positive- and negative-side heat sinks 22 and 26 and held thereon. By disposing the engaging projections and the holes at substantially middle portions between the three fixation holes for effecting co-fastening fixation, vibration transmitted from a vehicle or the sympathetic vibration of the rectifying device resulting from the vibration of the AC power generator is suppressed to reduce a mechanical load on each component.

    [0022] Each of the circuit board 30 and the two heat sinks is configured to have a minimum axial length that satisfies a required strength, a required rectifying element holding function, or the like. In the holding portion 40, the respective surfaces of the circuit board 30 and the two heat sinks which face each other have stepped shapes, and depressions and projections resulting from the steps abut on each other. The top surface of the positive-side heat sink 22 and the back surface of the negative-side heat sink 26 which do not face the circuit board 30 are basically configured to be planar.

    [0023] On the surface of the negative-side heat sink 26 which faces the circuit board, gravity center adjustment portions 29 each formed of the same level difference as that of the step around the hole 27 are provided (Fig. 5). That is, as shown in the cross-sectional views of Figs. 6 and 7, the thickness of the portion with the hole 27 and the thickness of each of the gravity center adjustment portions 29 are equalized. The steps around the two holes 27 that are provided inside the periphery of the C-shape inhibit the inclination of another heat sink, which has inevitably occurred when the negative-side heat sinks 26 are stacked. The gravity center adjustment portions 29 are provided herein at respective positions around the both tip portions of the substantially C-shape. However, the gravity center adjustment portion 29 may also be provided at either one of the positions or at another position as long as the other stacked heat sink can keep balance.

    [0024] In the vehicular AC power generator 1, an output terminal bolt not shown is attached to the positive-side heat sink ASSY 21 and electrically connected to the cathode of each of the positive-side rectifying elements 24 via the positive-side heat sink 22 to form the output terminal of the rectifying device 20. The output terminal of the rectifying device 20 forms the output terminal of the vehicular AC power generator 1. On the other hand, the anode of each of the negative-side rectifying elements 28 is grounded via the negative-side heat sink 26 and the rear bracket 3. Also, the lead wires 14a of the stator winding wires 14 are connected to the other ends of the insert conductors not shown in the stator winding wire connectors 31 and connected to respective connection points between the positive-side rectifying elements 24 and the negative-side rectifying elements 28 of the 3-phase rectifying element bridge. Also, the field winding wire 9 is connected to the voltage adjuster 18 via the slip rings 15 and the brushes 17.

    [0025] Next, a description will be given of the operation of the vehicular AC power generator 1 thus configured. First, a current is supplied to the field winding wire 9 of the rotor 8 via the brushes 17 and the slip rings 15 to generate a magnetic flux. The magnetic flux alternately forms N-poles and S-poles in the circumferential direction in the portion outside the periphery of the pole core 10. On the other hand, a rotary torque from an engine (not shown) is transmitted to the shaft 6 via a belt (not shown) and the pulley 7 to rotate the rotor 8. Then, a rotating magnetic field is given to the stator winding wires 14 of the stator 12 to generate an electromotive force in the stator winding wire 14. This AC electromotive force is rectified by the rectifying device 20 and supplied to a vehicle-mounted load and a battery. As a result, the vehicle-mounted load is driven and the battery is charged.

    Embodiment 2



    [0026] Next, a description will be given of Embodiment 2 of this invention with reference to Figs. 8 and 9. Note that Embodiment 2 is assumed to be the same as Embodiment 1 described above except for the portion described below.

    [0027] In Embodiment 1 described above, the positive- and negative-side heat sinks 22 and 26 include no fin. However, in this embodiment, the positive- and negative-side heat sinks 22 and 26 include fins each having the same thickness as the thickness of each of the heat sinks.

    [0028] In the example shown in the perspective view of Fig. 8, in a rectifying device 220, a positive-side fin 221 extends toward the inside of the periphery of the positive-side heat sink 22, while negative-side fins 261 and 262 extend respectively toward the inside and outside of the periphery of the negative-side heat sink 26. The configuration is otherwise the same as that in Embodiment 1.

    [0029] For example, in the case of the positive-side heat sink 22 provided with the positive-side fin 221 in Fig. 9, gravity center adjustment portions 229 each configured to be stacked in the form of a fin do not interrupt the air flow between the fins and do not degrade the cooling performance of the power generator.

    [0030] As described above, according to this invention, in the heat sink of the rectifying device, the gravity center adjustment portions are formed. Accordingly, when the plurality of heat sinks each having a substantially C-shape are stacked, it is possible to reliably stack the heat sinks by preventing the heat sinks from being inclined with respect to each other due to the projections from the holding holes and smoothly supply the individual heat sinks to the production line in the step of assembling the AC power generator, whereby productivity thereof is improved.

    [0031] While the content of this invention has been described specifically heretofore with reference to the preferred embodiments, it is obvious to those skilled in the art that this invention can take various modified forms on the basis of the basic technical idea and teaching of this invention.

    [0032] For example, in each of the embodiments described above, the number of poles in the rotor is assumed to be 12 and the number of slots in the stator iron core is assumed to be 72, but the number of poles and the number of slots are not limited thereto. Also, each of the embodiments described above has described the case where the number of slots per pole per phase is 2, but the number of slots per pole per phase is not limited to 2.

    [0033] Also, in each of the embodiments described above, the positive-side heat sink is assumed to be the first heat sink and the negative-side heat sink is assumed to be the second heat sink. However, it may also be possible that the positive-side heat sink is the second heat sink and the negative-side heat sink is the first heat sink. Also, the gravity center adjustment portions shown in Embodiment 1 are applied to the negative-side heat sink, while the gravity center adjustment portions shown in Embodiment 2 are applied to the positive-side heat sink. However, it will be appreciated that this invention is not limited thereto and the gravity center adjustment portions may be applied to each of the negative- and positive-side heat sinks.

    Reference Signs List



    [0034] 

    1 Vehicular AC power generator

    4 Casing

    8 Rotor

    12 Stator

    18 Voltage adjuster

    20, 220 Rectifying device

    22 Positive-side heat sink (heat sink)

    23 Holes

    24 Positive-side rectifying elements (rectifying elements)

    26 Negative-side heat sink (heat sink)

    27 Holes

    28 Negative-side rectifying elements (rectifying elements)

    29, 229 Gravity center adjustment portions

    30 Circuit board

    34, 35 Engaging projections

    221 Positive-side fin (fin)

    261, 262 Negative-side fins (fins)




    Claims

    1. An AC power generator, comprising:

    a rotor (8) rotatably supported in a casing (4), wherein a shaft (6) is rotatably supported on the casing (4) and the rotor (8) is fixed to the shaft (6);

    a stator (12) having a stator winding wire (14) and supported on the casing (4);

    a pair of slip rings (15) fixed to the extending portion of the shaft (6) extending toward the rear side of the casing (4);

    a rectifying device (20, 220) disposed around the shaft (6) on a plane orthogonal to the shaft core of the shaft (6) outside the peripheries of the slip rings (15), the rectifying device (20,220) being configured to rectify an AC current generated in the stator winding wire (14);

    a brush holder (16) located outside the peripheries of the pair of slip rings (15) and disposed between tips of the rectifying device (20);

    a voltage adjuster (18) attached to the brush holder (16) and configured to adjust a magnitude of an AC voltage generated in the stator (12),

    the rectifying device (20, 220) including positive and negative side C-shaped heat sinks (22, 26) supporting rectifying elements (24, 28) and configured to cool the rectifying elements (24, 28) and a circuit board (30) holding the heat sinks (22, 26), the heat sinks (22, 26) and the circuit board (30) being stacked,

    the circuit board (30) including engaging projections (34, 35), and

    the heat sinks (22, 26) including holes (23, 27), into which the engaging projections (34, 35) are fit, characterised by further comprising a gravity center adjustment portion (29, 229), wherein

    the gravity center adjustment portion (29, 229) has the same thickness as the thickness of the portion of the heat sinks (22, 26) with the holes (23, 27), wherein the thickness direction is the direction in which the circuit board (30) and the heat sinks (22, 26) are stacked, and

    the gravity center adjustment portion (29,229) is provided at positions around both tip portions of the C-shape for inhibiting the inclination of the heat sinks (22,26) when the heat sinks (22,26) are stacked.


     
    2. The AC power generator of claim 1, wherein the gravity center adjustment portion (29,229) is provided to be stacked above a fin (221,261,262) provided on the heat sinks (22, 26).
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Wechselstromgenerator, umfassend:

    einen Rotor (8), der rotierbar in einem Gehäuse (4) gelagert ist, wobei eine Welle (6) rotierbar auf dem Gehäuse (4) gelagert ist und der Rotor (8) an der Welle (6) befestigt ist;

    einen Stator (12) mit einem Statorwickeldraht (14), der auf dem Gehäuse (4) gestützt wird;

    ein Paar Schleifringe (15), die an dem verlängerten Abschnitt der Welle (6) befestigt sind, der sich zur Rückseite des Gehäuses (4) hin erstreckt;

    eine Gleichrichtervorrichtung (20, 220), die um die Welle (6) herum in einer Ebene senkrecht zum Wellenkern der Welle (6) außerhalb der Umfänge der Schleifringe (15) angeordnet ist, wobei die Gleichrichtervorrichtung (20, 220) konfiguriert ist, zum Gleichrichten eines in dem Statorwickeldraht (14) erzeugten Wechselstroms;

    einen Bürstenhalter (16), der sich außerhalb der Umfänge des Schleifringpaares (15) befindet und zwischen den Spitzen der Gleichrichtervorrichtung (20) angeordnet ist;

    einen Spannungseinsteller (18), der an dem Bürstenhalter (16) angebracht ist und konfiguriert ist, zum Einstellen einer Größe einer in dem Stator (12) erzeugten Wechselspannung,

    wobei die Gleichrichtervorrichtung (20, 220) positive und negative C-förmige Gleichrichterelemente (24, 28) stützende Kühlkörper (22, 26) umfasst, die konfiguriert sind, zum Kühlen der Gleichrichterelemente (24, 28) und einer Leiterplatte (30), die die Kühlkörper (22, 26) hält, wobei die Kühlkörper (22, 26) und die Leiterplatte (30) gestapelt sind,

    die Leiterplatte (30) Einrastvorsprünge (34, 35) umfasst, und

    die Kühlkörper (22, 26) Löcher (23, 27) umfassen, in die die Eingriffsvorsprünge (34, 35) eingepasst sind,

    gekennzeichnet dadurch, dass sie weiterhin umfassen

    einen Schwerkraftzentrum-Einstellabschnitt (29, 229), wobei

    der Schwerkraftzentrum-Einstellabschnitt (29, 229) die gleiche Dicke wie die Dicke des Abschnitts der Kühlkörper (22, 26) mit den Löchern (23, 27) aufweist, wobei die Dickenrichtung die Richtung ist, in der die Leiterplatte (30) und die Kühlkörper (22, 26) gestapelt sind, und

    der Schwerkraftzentrum-einstellabschnitt (29, 229) an Positionen um beide Spitzenabschnitte der C-Form bereitgestellt wird, um die Neigung der Kühlkörper (22, 26) zu verhindern, wenn die Kühlkörper (22, 26) gestapelt werden.


     
    2. Wechselstromgenerator nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Schwerkraftzentrum-Einstellabschnitt (29, 229) so bereitgestellt ist, dass er über einer Finne (221, 261, 262) gestapelt werden kann, die auf den Kühlkörpern (22, 26) vorgesehen ist.
     


    Revendications

    1. Générateur de puissance AC, comprenant :

    un rotor (8) supporté en rotation dans un boîtier (4), dans lequel un arbre (6) est supporté en rotation sur le boîtier (4) et le rotor (8) est fixé à l'arbre (6) ;

    un stator (12) ayant un fil d'enroulement de stator (14) et supporté sur le boîtier (4) ;

    une paire de collecteurs rotatifs (15) fixés à la partie d'extension de l'arbre (6) s'étendant vers le côté arrière du boîtier (4) ;

    un dispositif de redressement (20, 220) disposé autour de l'arbre (6) sur un plan orthogonal au cœur d'arbre de l'arbre (6) à l'extérieur des périphéries de collecteurs rotatifs (15), le dispositif de redressement (20, 220) étant configuré pour redresser un courant AC généré dans le fil d'enroulement de stator (14) ;

    un porte-balais (16) situé à l'extérieur des périphéries de la paire de collecteurs rotatifs (15) et disposé entre des pointes du dispositif de redressement (20) ;

    un ajusteur de tension (18) fixé au porte-balais (16) et configuré pour ajuster une grandeur d'une tension AC générée dans le stator (12),

    le dispositif de redressement (20, 220) incluant des dissipateurs de chaleur en forme de C côté négatif et positif (22, 26) supportant-des éléments de redressement (24, 28) et configurés pour refroidir les éléments de redressement (24, 28) et une carte de circuit imprimé (30) supportant les dissipateurs de chaleur (22, 26), les dissipateurs de chaleur (22, 26) et la carte de circuit imprimé (30) étant empilés,

    la carte de circuit imprimé (30) incluant des saillies de prise (34, 35), et

    les dissipateurs de chaleur (22, 26) incluant des trous (23, 27), dans lesquels les saillies de prise (34, 35) sont ajustées, caractérisé en ce qu'il comprend en outre une partie d'ajustement de centre de gravité (29, 229), dans lequel

    la partie d'ajustement de centre de gravité (29, 229) a la même épaisseur que l'épaisseur de la partie des dissipateurs de chaleur (22, 26) avec les trous (23, 27), dans lequel la direction d'épaisseur est la direction dans laquelle la carte de circuit imprimé (30) et les dissipateurs de chaleur (22, 26) sont empilés, et

    la partie d'ajustement de centre de gravité (29, 229) est agencée à des positions autour des deux parties de pointe de la forme de C pour inhiber l'inclinaison des dissipateurs de chaleur (22,26) lorsque les dissipateurs de chaleur (22,26) sont empilés.


     
    2. Générateur de puissance AC selon la revendication 1, dans lequel la partie d'ajustement de centre de gravité (29, 229) est prévue pour être empilée au-dessus d'une ailette (221, 261, 262) disposée sur les dissipateurs de chaleur (22,26).
     




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