Current Distribution Calculation of Superconducting Layer in HTS Cable Considering Magnetic Hysteresis by Using XFEM
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- IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 2018, 54 (3)
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© 2017 IEEE. This paper presents a coupled field-circuit analysis method for the high-temperature superconducting (HTS) cable considering magnetic hysteresis by using the improved extended finite-element method (XFEM). The quasi-3-D cylindrical coordinate HTS cable model is first proposed based on the shell element theory. The quasi-3-D meshing elements are used instead of the traditional 3-D meshing elements to overcome the difficulties in meshing. A new Preisach type hysteresis model of HTS tapes is first combined with the improved XFEM to determine the magnetic hysteresis inductance. A magnetic field-circuit coupled program for current analysis of superconducting layers is coded. The numerical simulation results of this field-circuit coupled method are reported compared with the experimental test results for the case of an HTS cable with two layers.
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