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Development of 440-V 800-A Resistive-Type Modular Superconducting Fault Current Limiter With YBCO Tapes

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7 Author(s)
Manglesh Dixit ; CG Global R&D Centre, Crompton Greaves Ltd., Mumbai, India ; Sunil Kedia ; Sandeep Kulkarni ; Shubhangi Patil
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CG Global R&D is developing a resistive-type superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) under the Ministry of Power, National Perspective Plan for R&D in Indian Power Sector. A resistive-type 440-V 800-A single-phase SFCL is developed using YBCO tape in stage I of the project, and an 11-kV 1250-A three-phase SFCL will be developed in stage II. The 440-V 800-A SFCL is assembled with seven parallel modules. Each module has series-connected YBCO tapes to accommodate the design length. The SFCL is tested at 77 K for continuous current of few hours, fault currents at low voltage, and fault currents at 440 V up to 100 ms (5 cycles). The evaluated data will be used to develop an 11-kV 1250-A three-phase SFCL in stage II.

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IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 5 )