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Title: Voltage Distribution Characteristic of a Flux-Coupling Superconducting Fault Current Limiter in Different Operating Conditions
Authors: Zhangwei Yang;Jingdong Li;Sinian Yan;Lihui Zhang;Bing Yu;Li Ren;Yuxiang Liao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The voltage distribution on the superconducting coils of a 400 V/20 A flux-coupling superconducting fault current limiter (FC-SFCL) is analyzed. The FC-SFCL, consisting of 16 superconducting coils, normally produces low impedance. When a fault occurs, a branch disconnects from the coupling circuit. Then the FC-SFCL produces high impedance and operates in the limiting condition. In different conditions, the voltage distribution on each coil is different and may be uneven. This will affect the structural design and quench detection of the FC-SFCL magnet. Thus, analyzing voltage distribution is necessary to ensure the reliability of the FC-SFCL. The methods of analysis are the finite element method and require further experimentation. The results of the simulation and experiment are in accordance with each other to some degree.
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Title: Voltage Distribution Characteristic of a Flux-Coupling Superconducting Fault Current Limiter in Different Operating Conditions
Authors: Zhangwei Yang;Jingdong Li;Sinian Yan;Lihui Zhang;Bing Yu;Li Ren;Yuxiang Liao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The voltage distribution on the superconducting coils of a 400 V/20 A flux-coupling superconducting fault current limiter (FC-SFCL) is analyzed. The FC-SFCL, consisting of 16 superconducting coils, normally produces low impedance. When a fault occurs, a branch disconnects from the coupling circuit. Then the FC-SFCL produces high impedance and operates in the limiting condition. In different conditions, the voltage distribution on each coil is different and may be uneven. This will affect the structural design and quench detection of the FC-SFCL magnet. Thus, analyzing voltage distribution is necessary to ensure the reliability of the FC-SFCL. The methods of analysis are the finite element method and require further experimentation. The results of the simulation and experiment are in accordance with each other to some degree.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139014
volume: 27
issue: 4
More Information: 1,
6
Appears in Collections:2017

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7855661.pdf979.66 kBAdobe PDF
Title: Voltage Distribution Characteristic of a Flux-Coupling Superconducting Fault Current Limiter in Different Operating Conditions
Authors: Zhangwei Yang;Jingdong Li;Sinian Yan;Lihui Zhang;Bing Yu;Li Ren;Yuxiang Liao
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The voltage distribution on the superconducting coils of a 400 V/20 A flux-coupling superconducting fault current limiter (FC-SFCL) is analyzed. The FC-SFCL, consisting of 16 superconducting coils, normally produces low impedance. When a fault occurs, a branch disconnects from the coupling circuit. Then the FC-SFCL produces high impedance and operates in the limiting condition. In different conditions, the voltage distribution on each coil is different and may be uneven. This will affect the structural design and quench detection of the FC-SFCL magnet. Thus, analyzing voltage distribution is necessary to ensure the reliability of the FC-SFCL. The methods of analysis are the finite element method and require further experimentation. The results of the simulation and experiment are in accordance with each other to some degree.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/139014
volume: 27
issue: 4
More Information: 1,
6
Appears in Collections:2017

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