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High Temperature Superconducting Magnet for Fast Discharging Experiments

We are carrying out a project to develop a conduction-cooled high temperature superconducting magnet system with an energy storage of 25 kJ. This magnet system will be used to investigate fast discharging performances. The magnet is constructed with 20 double pancakes. Each pancake is wound with Bi2... Full description

Journal Title: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity June 2007, Vol.17(2), pp.2208-2211
Main Author: Yinming Dai
Other Authors: Qiuliang Wang , Shousen Song , Bo Zhang , Yuanzhong Lei , Ye Bai , Xinning Hu , Housheng Wang , Baozhi Zhao
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ID: ISSN: 1051-8223 ; E-ISSN: 1558-2515 ; DOI: 10.1109/TASC.2007.899086
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title: High Temperature Superconducting Magnet for Fast Discharging Experiments
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  • Yinming Dai
  • Qiuliang Wang
  • Shousen Song
  • Bo Zhang
  • Yuanzhong Lei
  • Ye Bai
  • Xinning Hu
  • Housheng Wang
  • Baozhi Zhao
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  • Temperature
  • Superconducting Magnets
  • Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage
  • Cryogenics
  • Coils
  • Energy Storage
  • Wounds
  • Boring
  • Solids
  • Nitrogen
  • Conduction-Cooled
  • Fast Discharging
  • Solid Nitrogen
  • Superconducting Magnet
  • Engineering
  • Physics
ispartof: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, June 2007, Vol.17(2), pp.2208-2211
description: We are carrying out a project to develop a conduction-cooled high temperature superconducting magnet system with an energy storage of 25 kJ. This magnet system will be used to investigate fast discharging performances. The magnet is constructed with 20 double pancakes. Each pancake is wound with Bi2223 tape. The magnet has an outer diameter of 212 mm and a clear bore of 108 mm. Cryogenics for the magnet system is designed to cool the coils with a GM cryocooler together with solid nitrogen. It is expected to operate the magnet system stand-alone. The operating current is designed as 110 A. It can generate a central magnetic field of 3.8 T at a temperature of 20 K. In this paper, the magnet design, coil fabrication and cryogenic system are presented.
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We are carrying out a project to develop a conduction-cooled high temperature superconducting magnet system with an energy storage of 25 kJ. This magnet system will be used to investigate fast discharging performances. The magnet is constructed with 20 double pancakes. Each pancake is wound with Bi2223 tape. The magnet has an outer diameter of 212 mm and a clear bore of 108 mm. Cryogenics for the magnet system is designed to cool the coils with a GM cryocooler together with solid nitrogen. It is expected to operate the magnet system stand-alone. The operating current is designed as 110 A. It can generate a central magnetic field of 3.8 T at a temperature of 20 K. In this paper, the magnet design, coil fabrication and cryogenic system are presented.

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