Design, Construction and Testing of a Pulsed High Energy Inductive Superconducting Energy Storage System
Final rept. 1 Apr 1971-4 Apr 1975
MAGNETIC CORP OF AMERICA WALTHAM MA
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Major problems associated with inductive energy storage systems operated at high repetition rates include breaking high currents in inductive circuits developing a low loss superconductor and from it building a coil which remains superconducting during the rapid charge period and building a low heat leak non-conducting dewar. Theoretical analyses concerning conductor energy losses, transient heating effects, electrical circuits, and switch actuation, were conducted. To confirm these analyses experiments were conducted on model non-conducting dewars and 1 and 7 kJ stored energy model coils using a pneumatically actuated vacuum interrupter.
- Energy Storage