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Poynting vector method: AC loss measurement of long HTS tapes or wires wound into a solenoidal-coil

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A new electrical system was developed for measuring ac losses of long HTS tapes or wires wound into a solenoidal-coil. This coil-loss measuring-system is an extension of our original ac-loss measuring system that is applicable to short, straight HTS tapes under various external conditions of transport currents and transverse magnetic fields, and is useful for fundamental studies of various windings of practical multi-layered coils. In this new system, the Poynting vectors at the outer and the inner surfaces of the coil were measured to get ac loss values by using two movable sets consisting of both a potential lead pair and a pick-up coil on each surface of the coil. The moving direction is the coil axis and its distance is one pitch of coil windings. The value of ac losses can be obtained by summation of the Poynting vector at many positions during the movement. The applicability of this system was confirmed by ac loss measurements on a solenoidal-coil wound loosely with Ag-sheathed, multifilamentary Bi-2223 tapes.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 2 )