As aviation moves toward more electric and hybrid-electric propulsion for general aviation and regional aircraft, researchers in Europe are developing a superconducting motor prototype that could enable electric propulsion for future large civil aircraft. Superconducting motors offer the potential for much higher power densities and operating efficiency, thereby enabling power generators and propulsors to be split up. This could make implementation of distributed propulsion systems more ...

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