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Alternative Design Concepts for Multi-Circuit HTS Link Systems

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1 Author(s)
Ballarino, A. ; Eur. Organ. for Nucl. Res., CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Superconducting cables for power transmission usually contain two conductors for DC application, or three conductors for AC, with high voltage insulation. In contrast, for some applications related to accelerators it is convenient to transfer high currents via superconducting links feeding a number of circuits at relatively low voltage, of the order of a kilovolt, over distances of up to a few hundred meters. For power transmission applications based on cooling via sub-cooled liquid nitrogen, suitable HTS conductors are only available in the form of tape, and a multi-layer variant can be envisaged for the multi-circuit links. However, where cooling to temperatures of the order of 20 K is feasible, MgB2 conductor, available in the form of both tape and wire, can also be envisaged and in the latter case used to assemble round cables. There are, therefore, two distinct topologies-based on the use of wires or tapes-that can be envisaged for use in applications to multi-circuit link systems. In this paper the merits of the two approaches are compared, and case studies related to applications to the LHC are presented.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

June 2011

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