Friday, April 19, 2013

1304.5148 (Enric Pardo)

AC loss calculation in superconducting coated conductor coils with a
large number of turns

Enric Pardo
For superconducting coils with many turns, it is widely believed that the magnetic field from magnetization currents is negligible compared to the one generated by the whole coil. This article shows that this is not true for coils with a considerably large number of turns (up to thousands). We introduce a method to accurately calculate the AC loss in coils with virtually any number of turns that takes the magnetization currents into account. The current density and AC loss is analyzed for two windings made of coated conductor consisting of 32 pancake coils totaling 768 and 6400 turns, respectively.
View original:

No comments:

Post a Comment