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Title: A Zero-Current Opening Circuit for Inductive Pulsed-Power Supply Based on High-Temperature Superconducting Pulsed-Power Transformer
Authors: Xiaotong Zhang;Zhenmei Li;Haitao Li;Cunshan Zhang;Shucun Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The opening switch is one of the critical technologies in the development of inductive pulsed-power supply. The power requirement is very high when the opening switch is desired to commutate a large current. This paper presents a zero-current opening circuit for inductive pulsed-power supply based on a high-temperature superconducting pulsed-power transformer. First, there are two types of current flowing through the opening switch, one comes from the secondary side of the pulse transformer, and the other one comes from superconducting energy storage inductance. The orientation of the two current is opposite. Then, when the current flowing through the opening switch closes to zero, the switch is opened and this restrains the over-voltage pulse of the opening switch. The simulation results indicate that this zero-current opening circuit is feasible and has potential applications for high-energy systems in the future electromagnetic launcher.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/209295
volume: 45
issue: 9
More Information: 2536,
2540
Appears in Collections:2017

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Title: A Zero-Current Opening Circuit for Inductive Pulsed-Power Supply Based on High-Temperature Superconducting Pulsed-Power Transformer
Authors: Xiaotong Zhang;Zhenmei Li;Haitao Li;Cunshan Zhang;Shucun Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The opening switch is one of the critical technologies in the development of inductive pulsed-power supply. The power requirement is very high when the opening switch is desired to commutate a large current. This paper presents a zero-current opening circuit for inductive pulsed-power supply based on a high-temperature superconducting pulsed-power transformer. First, there are two types of current flowing through the opening switch, one comes from the secondary side of the pulse transformer, and the other one comes from superconducting energy storage inductance. The orientation of the two current is opposite. Then, when the current flowing through the opening switch closes to zero, the switch is opened and this restrains the over-voltage pulse of the opening switch. The simulation results indicate that this zero-current opening circuit is feasible and has potential applications for high-energy systems in the future electromagnetic launcher.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/209295
volume: 45
issue: 9
More Information: 2536,
2540
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
File SizeFormat 
7994667.pdf1.86 MBAdobe PDF
Title: A Zero-Current Opening Circuit for Inductive Pulsed-Power Supply Based on High-Temperature Superconducting Pulsed-Power Transformer
Authors: Xiaotong Zhang;Zhenmei Li;Haitao Li;Cunshan Zhang;Shucun Liu
Year: 2017
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: The opening switch is one of the critical technologies in the development of inductive pulsed-power supply. The power requirement is very high when the opening switch is desired to commutate a large current. This paper presents a zero-current opening circuit for inductive pulsed-power supply based on a high-temperature superconducting pulsed-power transformer. First, there are two types of current flowing through the opening switch, one comes from the secondary side of the pulse transformer, and the other one comes from superconducting energy storage inductance. The orientation of the two current is opposite. Then, when the current flowing through the opening switch closes to zero, the switch is opened and this restrains the over-voltage pulse of the opening switch. The simulation results indicate that this zero-current opening circuit is feasible and has potential applications for high-energy systems in the future electromagnetic launcher.
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/209295
volume: 45
issue: 9
More Information: 2536,
2540
Appears in Collections:2017

Files in This Item:
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7994667.pdf1.86 MBAdobe PDF