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Validation of the High Performance Conduction-Cooled Prototype LTS Pulse Coil for UPS-SMES

By: Chikaraishi, H.; Maekawa, R.; Mito, T.; Sumiyoshi, F.; Kuge, A.; Yamauchi, K.; Morita, Y.; Ogawa, H.; Kawagoe, A.; Yokota, M.; Iwakuma, M.; Hemmi, T.; Baba, T.; Abe, R.; Okumura, K.;

2006 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Validation of the High Performance Conduction-Cooled Prototype LTS Pulse Coil for UPS-SMES ' A conduction-cooled low temperature superconducting (LTS) pulse coil has been developed as a key technology for UPS-SMES. We have been developing a 1 MW, 1 s UPS-SMES for a protection from a momentary voltage drop and an instant power failure. A conduction-cooled LTS pulse coil has excellent characteristics, which are adequate for a short-time uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The LTS coil has better cost performance over the HTS coil at present and the conduction cooling has higher reliability and easier operation than the conventional cooling schemes such as pool boiling with liquid helium or forced flow of supercritical helium. To demonstrate the high performances of the LTS pulse coil, we have fabricated a prototype coil with stored energy of 100 kJ and have conducted cooling and excitation tests. The successful performance test results including current shut-off test with a time constant of 1.3 s and repeated excitation of a triangular waveform with high ramp rate are reported