Test results of the model coil for the 40 T hybrid magnet superconducting outsert Article

cited authors

  • Chen, WG; Tan, YF; Wang, FT; Chen, ZM; Pan, YN; Chen, ZY; Huang, PC; Zhu, JW; He, P; Ren, Y; Wang, C; Zhang, M; Shi, QY; Kuang, GL

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abstract

  • The main goal of the model coil is to demonstrate the feasibility of Insulation-Wind-React manufacturing process and to confirm the feasibility of the superconducting outsert design. The model coil was wound with Cable-in-Conduit Conductor (CICC) using restacked-rod process (RRP) Nb 3 Sn strand, and cooled with forced-flow supercritical helium with inlet temperature of 4.5 K. The test of the model coil in the 7.5 T background field has been completed, and the test program included cool-down, full DC characterization before and after cyclic loading, AC losses, and so on. The test results have confirmed the characterization of the Nb 3 Sn conductor and the mechanical performance of the model coil, and validated the 40 T hybrid magnet superconducting outsert design. © 2011 IEEE.

publication date

  • June 25, 2012

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volume

  • 22

issue

  • 3