HTS machine laboratory prototype

Nenad Mijatovic (Author), Bogi Bech Jensen (Author), Chresten Træholt (Author), Asger Bech Abrahamsen (Author), Victor Manuel Rodriguez Zermeno (Author), Niels Falsig Pedersen (Author)

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Abstract

High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) electrical machines have the potential to offer outstanding technical performance with regards to efficiency and power density. However, the industry needs to address a large number of challenges in the attempt to harvest the full potential of HTS machines. Among others a few stand out, e.g. reliability and efficiency of thermal insulation and cooling systems; optimized torque transfer elements and current leads; commercial availability and competitiveness of HTS material etc. Also, HTS conductors lack standardization due to their rapid development where many of HTS properties are not known and need to be tested with a specific purpose in mind not just for different types of HTS conductors but also for the same type of HTS conductors made by different manufactures. To address some of these challenges, we have constructed a laboratory prototype HTS machine. The machine comprises six stationary HTS field windings wound from both YBCO and BiSCOO tape operated at liquid nitrogen temperature and enclosed in a cryostat, and a three phase armature winding spinning at up to 300 rpm. This design has full functionality of HTS synchronous machines. The design details and experimental results are shown together with discussions about their implication for scaled up HTS machines.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2011
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventEuropean Conference on Applied Superconductivity - Hauge, Netherlands
Duration: 18 Sep 201123 Sep 2011

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ConferenceEuropean Conference on Applied Superconductivity
CountryNetherlands
CityHauge
Period18/09/201123/09/2011

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Mijatovic, N. (Author), Jensen, B. B. (Author), Træholt, C. (Author), Abrahamsen, A. B. (Author), Rodriguez Zermeno, V. M. (Author), & Pedersen, N. F. (Author). (2011). HTS machine laboratory prototype. Sound/Visual production (digital)
Mijatovic, Nenad (Author) ; Jensen, Bogi Bech (Author) ; Træholt, Chresten (Author) ; Abrahamsen, Asger Bech (Author) ; Rodriguez Zermeno, Victor Manuel (Author) ; Pedersen, Niels Falsig (Author). / HTS machine laboratory prototype. [Sound/Visual production (digital)].
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