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Hyperconducting central solenoid of test fusion Tokamak reactor

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7 Author(s)
V. Z. Amelin ; Phys. & Technol. Inst., Kharkov, USSR ; A. V. Georgievskij ; V. I. Koryavko ; V. N. Hasov
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Superconductor critical current density and stability margins are reduced in strong fields, especially in time-varying ones. The possibility of using hyperconductors instead of superconductors in cases was examined. Preliminary evaluations on a hyperconducting central solenoid for a test Tokamak reactor are presented. Specifically, results are given for a hyperconducting and composite (superconducting NbTi+hyperconductor) central solenoid with a 13.5-T field and geometrical dimensions close to those of the ITER (International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) central solenoid. The calculation results demonstrate the possibility of using hyperconductors for the ITER central solenoid

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 1 )