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Further tests of the Argonne 3.3-MJ pulsed superconducting coil and its nonmetallic cryostat

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3 Author(s)
S. Kim ; Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA ; C. Krieger ; D. McGhee

A split-pair superconducting coil of the Pulsed Cable Test Facility (PCTF) at Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) has been successfully tested both in dc and pulsing modes. At a peak operating current of 11 kA, the peak magnetic field and stored energy of the coil are 6.5 T and 3.3 MJ, respectively. In the pulsing test, the coil was charged to 10.55 kA in 1.0 s and discharged to zero in 1.6 s. The ac losses of the coil in this mode were 7.5 kJ/pulse. The coil is composed of two solenoids each with 22 layers and 9.14 turns per layer. The cable for the coil consists of 24, 19-strand NbTi subcables. The nonmetallic cryostat of the PCTF consists of two fiberglass reinforced polyester resin vessels. Developmental high current conductors can be tested under the PCTF pulsing magnetic fields in a form of pancake coils or as a short sample for the studies of pulsing effects.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 3 )