Validation of a strand-level CICC-joint coupling loss model

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Lanen van, E.P.A. and Nugteren van, J. and Nijhuis, A. (2012) Validation of a strand-level CICC-joint coupling loss model. Superconductor science and technology, 25 (2). 025013 - . ISSN 0953-2048

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Abstract:Calculating the coupling losses in cable-in-conduit conductor (CICC) joints requires a large amount of numerical effort, which is why the numerical system is often reduced by grouping strands together. However, to better understand the loss behaviour, and eventually the stability mechanism in such joints, a full-sized model working on the level of individual strands is more desirable. For this reason, the numerical cable model JackPot-AC has been expanded to also simulate the coupling losses in a CICC joint. This model has been verified with AC loss measurements on a mock-up joint, which was subjected to an applied harmonic field at different angles. The mock-up joint consisted of two sub-sized CICCs connected by a copper sole. For additional verification the AC loss of one of these conductors and the copper sole was also measured separately. The results of the simulation agree with the measurements, and the model therefore proves to be a useful analytical tool for examining the coupling loss in CICC joints
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-2048/25/2/025013
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