Accession Number : AD0466376
Title : INVESTIGATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC AND THERMAL EFFECTS IN SUPERCONDUCTING GENERATORS.
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.,
Corporate Author : DYNATECH CORP CAMBRIDGE MA
Personal Author(s) : Mooncai, H. W. ; Oberhauser, C. J. ; Reynolds, J. M.
Report Date : 28 MAY 1965
Pagination or Media Count : 55
Abstract : Specific loss mechanisms occurring in a superconductor generator were explored with supporting experiments to show that these losses are within acceptable limits for this application. Considerable study and also an experiment were devoted to the heating effects in the armature superconductor. Experiments were performed to demonstrate the thermal and electrical characteristics of minimum-loss, high current leads and correlate with existing theories. Also, the joints between superconducting elements and nonsuperconducting leads were investigated. Problems associated with the startup of a rotating superconductor generator of 1000 KVA rating in space vehicles were studied. (Author)
Descriptors : *GENERATORS, SUPERCONDUCTORS, CRYOGENICS, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, ARMATURES, VOLTAGE, THERMAL PROPERTIES, HEATING, MAGNETS, HYSTERESIS, NIOBIUM, TIN, COPPER, SILVER, NICKEL, LEAD(METAL), GOLD, ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE