Manufacture and test of the bifilar wound coil using coated conductor with stainless steel stabilizer

Seong Eun Yang, Dong Keun Park, Min Cheol Ahn, Yeong Sik Kim, Min Jae Kim, Yong Soo Yoon, Chanjoo Lee, Bock Yeol Seok, Tae Kuk Ko

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Abstract

Worldwide development of superconducting power equipments by exploiting the 2G wire is continuously ongoing; moreover, superconductor wire manufacturing companies are also making constant efforts to develop superconducting power equipments for the purpose of increasing critical current density as well as improving homogeneity of the wire. Particularly, the development of resistive superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) is making an active progress and related tests of superconducting wire are performed as well. For resistive SFCL, the superconducting wire with stainless steel stabilizer is more appropriate than that with copper since stainless steel generates more resistances per unit length than copper. Especially, AMSC in USA succeeded in developing coated conductor (CC) clad with stainless steel stabilizer. The stabilizer of 25 μm is laminated on the superconductor layer and under the substrate, both of which are electrically jointed with solder. By using the wire, the design and manufacture of resistive SFCL was performed. For the commercialization of resistive SFCL, it is one of the most key factors to decrease inductive reactance in the process of designing coils. Therefore, coils were wound by non-inductive winding method and their losses in normal condition were measured. Also, current limiting characteristics of the SFCL module wound with CC clad with stainless steel stabilizer were studied by short-circuit test.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1867-1870
Number of pages4
JournalIEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity
Volume17
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007 Jan 1

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Superconducting fault current limiters
Stainless Steel
stainless steels
coils
Stainless steel
conductors
wire
Wire
Superconducting wire
Superconducting materials
Copper
copper
reactance
commercialization
Short circuit currents
Soldering alloys
short circuits
solders
homogeneity
critical current

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  • Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Yang, Seong Eun ; Park, Dong Keun ; Ahn, Min Cheol ; Kim, Yeong Sik ; Kim, Min Jae ; Yoon, Yong Soo ; Lee, Chanjoo ; Seok, Bock Yeol ; Ko, Tae Kuk. / Manufacture and test of the bifilar wound coil using coated conductor with stainless steel stabilizer. In: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. 2007 ; Vol. 17, No. 2. pp. 1867-1870.
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