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Electromagnetic phenomenon in superconducting magnet for fusion facility; Forced flow superconducting magnet

Hamada, Kazuya; Koizumi, Norikiyo

In the Tokamak type fusion reactor design, a forced flow superconducting coil is applied from the viewpoint to high magnetic field, high withstand voltage performance and large electromagnetic force. In the forced flow magnets, it is well known that various electromagnetic phenomena are occurred by zero resistance and diamagnetic effect of superconductor and complicated structure of cable in conduit conductor (CICC). In the R&D of CICC, the study of hysteresis losses and coupling losses CICC have a lot of progress. For example, using the optimization of filament arrangement in superconducting strand and control of contact resistance of strand, ITER model coil project have a large achievement.



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