Configurational Design of Superconductive Energy Storage Magnets
Part of the
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering
book series (ACRE, volume 21)
The concept of magnetic energy storage is well known, but the engineering task of developing economical superconductive storage units is a relatively new endeavor. Much of this effort depends on the large-scale production of high-current conductors, large refrigeration systems, etc. However, it is also vital to determine magnet configurations that use these materials in the most efficient ways. This paper discusses the relations which connect energy and magnetic field to a variety of cost-related parameters.
KeywordsQuality Factor Axial Force Radial Force Maximum Field Configurational Design
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