Eddy current loss reduction of superconducting magnets for MAGLEV with a multilayer superconducting sheet

@article{Arata1997EddyCL,
  title={Eddy current loss reduction of superconducting magnets for MAGLEV with a multilayer superconducting sheet},
  author={M. Arata and Masayoshi Kawai and Taketomo Yamashita and Makoto Fujita and Takataro Hamajima and Yukitomo Sanada and Asahiko Miura and M. Yamaguchi and Masahiro Yamaji and Masaaki Terai and S. Inadama},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={1997},
  volume={7},
  pages={912-915}
}
Superconducting conductors and magnets used in the fields of power transmission, generators, MRI, MAGLEV etc. experience AC magnetic fields causing heat generation in the magnets' structure and AC losses in the superconductors. Therefore, AC magnetic shields with wide frequency range in high magnetic fields are desirable to reduce heat generation within the cryogenic region and increase system efficiency. This paper describes the performance of a multilayer superconducting sheet as an AC… CONTINUE READING

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