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A full 3D time-dependent electromagnetic model for Roebel cables

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  • High Temperature Superconductor Roebel Cables Are Well Known For Their Large Current Capacity And Lo
  • For This Reason They Have Become Attractive Candidates For Many Power Applications
  • The Continuous Transposition Of Their Strands Reduces The Coupling Losses While Ensuring Better Curr
  • However
  • Since Roebel Cables Have A True 3D Structure And Are Made Of Several High Aspect Ratio Coated Conduc
  • Modelling And Simulation Of Their Electromagnetic Properties Is Very Challenging
  • Therefore
  • A Realistic Model Taking Into Account The Actual Layout Of The Cable Is Unavoidably A Large Scale Co
  • In This Work
  • We Present A Full 3D Model Of A Roebel Cable With 14 Strands
  • The Model Is Based On The H-Formulation
  • Widely Used For 2D Problems
  • In Order To Keep The 3D Features Of The Cable (In Particular The Magnetization Currents Near The Tra
  • No Simplifications Are Made Other Than The Reduction Of The Modelled Length According To The Periodi
  • The 3D Model Is Used To Study The Dependence Of Ac Losses On The Amplitude Of The Ac Applied Magneti
  • Beyond The Importance Of Simulating The Roebel Cable Layout
  • This Work Represents A Further Step Into Achieving 3D Simulation Of Superconducting Devices For Real
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  • Physics

Abstract

A full 3D time-dependent electromagnetic model for Roebel cables - DTU Orbit (13/02/14) A full 3D time-dependent electromagnetic model for Roebel cables - DTU Orbit (13/02/14) Rodriguez Zermeno, Victor Manuel ; Grilli, Francesco; Sirois, Frederic / A full 3D time-dependent electromagnetic model for Roebel cables. In: Superconductor Science & Technology, Vol. 26, No. 5, 052001, 2013. Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2013

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