Loss and inductance investigations in a 4-layer superconducting prototype cable conductor

@article{Olsen1999LossAI,
  title={Loss and inductance investigations in a 4-layer superconducting prototype cable conductor},
  author={S. K. Olsen and Chresten Traeholt and Andrew R. Kuhle and O. Tonnesen and M. Daumling and Jens Ostergaard},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={1999},
  volume={9},
  pages={833-836}
}
One important issue in the design and optimization of a superconducting cable conductor is the control of the current distribution between single tapes and layers. This presentation is based on a number of experiments performed on a 4-layer three meter long prototype superconducting cable conductor. The self and mutual inductances of the layers are studied theoretically. The current distribution between the superconducting layers is monitored as a function of transport current. The results are… CONTINUE READING
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