A novel miniature superconducting converter for 1 kA magnets

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Shevchenko, Oleg A. and Krooshoop, Erik J.G. and Kate ten, Herman H.J. and Fedorovsky, Michael A. (1996) A novel miniature superconducting converter for 1 kA magnets. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 32 (4, Par). pp. 2590-2593. ISSN 0018-9464

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Abstract:A miniature full-wave converter to control the current of a superconducting magnet is developed and tested in our institutes. Typical design values of the device are: AC voltage of 35 V, current of 7 A, and frequency 50-60 Hz; DC voltage o f f 0.2 V, and current of * 1 kA. An efficiency is better than 97% and a ‘cold’ volume is less than 1 litre. The rectification is achieved by means of thermally controlled superconducting switches. The high reliability of the device is ensured by means of a mechanical switch. The device provides an efficient way to a fine control of the magnet current.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/20.511403
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