New 50 Hz Superconducting Power Supply for a 2 kA DC Magnet

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Shevchenko, Oleg A. and Kate, Herman H.J. ten and Krooshoop, Erik J.G. (1994) New 50 Hz Superconducting Power Supply for a 2 kA DC Magnet. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 30 (4 , Pa). pp. 1831-1834. ISSN 0018-9464

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Abstract:A new superconducting power supply able to operate directly from the mains voltage at a frequency of 50-60 Hz is under development in our institutes. It will be applied to power a separator magnet for iron ore recycling. The supply consists of a full wave superconducting converter, a `cold' protection system, and control and measuring units. Typical design values of the device are: output current of 1-2 kA, voltage of 1-0.5 V; input current of 7 A, voltage of 220 V and frequency of 50 Hz; an efficiency better than 96%. The high current part of the supply finally will be placed in the same cryostat as the separator magnet. The basic concept of the device is presented in the paper
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Copyright:©1994 IEEE
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/publications/24216
Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/20.305602
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