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Analysis on Current Distribution of Four-Layer HTSC Power Transmission Cable with a Shield Layer
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 Title & Authors
Analysis on Current Distribution of Four-Layer HTSC Power Transmission Cable with a Shield Layer
Lim Sung-Hun;
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 Abstract
The inductance difference between conducting layers of high-Tc superconducting (HTSC) power transmission cable causes the current sharing of each conducting layer to be unequal, which decreases the current transmission capacity of HTSC power cable. Therefore, the design for even current sharing in HTSC power transmission cable is required. In this paper, we investigated the current distribution of HTSC power cable with a shield layer dependent on the pitch length and the winding direction of each layer. To analyze the effect of the shield layer on the current sharing of the conducting layers of HTSC power cable, the current distribution of HTSC power cable without a shield layer was compared with the case of HTSC power cable with a shield layer. It could be found through the analysis from the computer simulations that the shield layer of HTSC power cable could be contributed to the improvement of current distribution of conducting layers at the specific pitch length and the winding direction of conducting layer. The result and discussion for the current distribution calculated for HTSC power transmission cable with a shield layer were presented and compared with the cable without a shield layer.
 Keywords
Current distribution;High-Tc superconducting power transmission cable;Inductance difference;Pitch length;Shield layer;Winding direction;
 Language
English
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