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Title: AC Loss Analysis of a Hybrid HTS Magnet for SMES Based on <italic>H</italic>-Formulation
Authors: Zhuang Wang;Yuejin Tang;Li Ren;Jingdong Li;Ying Xu;Yuxiang Liao;Xuzhi Deng
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: AC loss is an unavoidable problem for a conduction-cooled HTS superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) magnet during dynamic operation, which may cause a temperature raise and affect the reliable operation of the magnet. In this paper, the anisotropic homogenization method is employed to realize the modeling of a 150 kJ hybrid SMES magnet based on H-formulation. The SMES magnet has a maximum of approximately 7000 turns. First, the homogenization method is validated that it can reasonably predict the ac losses of both YBCCO coils and BSCCO coils, but it has lower accuracy to estimate the ac losses of BSCCO coils than YBCO coils. Then, ac loss characteristics of the SMES magnet during dynamic operations are investigated. The magnetic field, current density distribution, and ac loss distribution are presented and discussed for different operation conductions. The results indicate that a steady-state current of less than 100 A may be an appropriate choice during power exchange for reducing ac loss.
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Title: AC Loss Analysis of a Hybrid HTS Magnet for SMES Based on <italic>H</italic>-Formulation
Authors: Zhuang Wang;Yuejin Tang;Li Ren;Jingdong Li;Ying Xu;Yuxiang Liao;Xuzhi Deng
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: AC loss is an unavoidable problem for a conduction-cooled HTS superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) magnet during dynamic operation, which may cause a temperature raise and affect the reliable operation of the magnet. In this paper, the anisotropic homogenization method is employed to realize the modeling of a 150 kJ hybrid SMES magnet based on H-formulation. The SMES magnet has a maximum of approximately 7000 turns. First, the homogenization method is validated that it can reasonably predict the ac losses of both YBCCO coils and BSCCO coils, but it has lower accuracy to estimate the ac losses of BSCCO coils than YBCO coils. Then, ac loss characteristics of the SMES magnet during dynamic operations are investigated. The magnetic field, current density distribution, and ac loss distribution are presented and discussed for different operation conductions. The results indicate that a steady-state current of less than 100 A may be an appropriate choice during power exchange for reducing ac loss.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/122338
volume: 27
issue: 4
More Information: 1,
5
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: AC Loss Analysis of a Hybrid HTS Magnet for SMES Based on <italic>H</italic>-Formulation
Authors: Zhuang Wang;Yuejin Tang;Li Ren;Jingdong Li;Ying Xu;Yuxiang Liao;Xuzhi Deng
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: AC loss is an unavoidable problem for a conduction-cooled HTS superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) magnet during dynamic operation, which may cause a temperature raise and affect the reliable operation of the magnet. In this paper, the anisotropic homogenization method is employed to realize the modeling of a 150 kJ hybrid SMES magnet based on H-formulation. The SMES magnet has a maximum of approximately 7000 turns. First, the homogenization method is validated that it can reasonably predict the ac losses of both YBCCO coils and BSCCO coils, but it has lower accuracy to estimate the ac losses of BSCCO coils than YBCO coils. Then, ac loss characteristics of the SMES magnet during dynamic operations are investigated. The magnetic field, current density distribution, and ac loss distribution are presented and discussed for different operation conductions. The results indicate that a steady-state current of less than 100 A may be an appropriate choice during power exchange for reducing ac loss.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/122338
volume: 27
issue: 4
More Information: 1,
5
Appears in Collections:2017

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