Ye, L and Majoros, M and Campbell, AM and Coombs, T and Harrison, S and Sargent, P and Haslett, M and Husband, M (2007) Investigations of current limiting properties of the MgB2 wires subjected to pulse overcurrents in the benchtop tester. Superconductor Science and Technology, 20. pp. 320-326. ISSN 0953-2048Full text not available from this repository.
A laboratory scale desktop test system including a cryogenic system, an AC pulse generation system and a real time data acquisition program in LabView/DAQmx, has been developed to evaluate the quench properties of MgB 2 wires as an element in a superconducting fault current limiter under pulse overcurrents at 25K in self-field conditions. The MgB2 samples started from a superconducting state and demonstrated good current limiting properties characterized by a fast transition to the normal state during the first half of the cycle and a continuously limiting effect in the subsequent cycles without burnouts. The experimental and numerical simulation results on the quench behaviour indicate the feasibility of using MgB 2 for future superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) applications. © IOP Publishing Ltd.
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