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Superconducting Magnet Power Supply System for the KSTAR 2nd Plasma Experiment and Operation
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Superconducting Magnet Power Supply System for the KSTAR 2nd Plasma Experiment and Operation
Choi, Jae-Hoon; Lee, Dong-Keun; Kim, Chang-Hwan; Jin, Jong-Kook; Han, Sang-Hee; Kong, Jong-Dae; Hong, Seong-Lok; Kim, Yang-Su; Kwon, Myeun; Ahn, Hyun-Sik; Jang, Gye-Yong; Yun, Min-Seong; Seong, Dae-Kyung; Shin, Hyun-Seok;
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The Korea Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research (KSTAR) device is an advanced superconducting tokamak to establish scientific and technological bases for attractive fusion reactor. This device requires 3.5 Tesla of toroidal field (TF) for plasma confinement, and requires a strong poloidal flux swing to generate an inductive voltage to produce and sustain the tokamak plasma. KSTAR was originally designed to have 16 serially connected TF magnets for which the nominal current rating is 35.2 kA. KSTAR also has 7 pairs of poloidal field (PF) coils that are driven to 1 MA/sec for generation of the tokamak plasma according to the operation scenarios. The KSTAR Magnet Power Supply (MPS) was dedicated to the superconducting (SC) coil commissioning and plasma experiment as a part of the system commissioning. This paper will describe key features of KSTAR MPS for the plasma experiment, and will also report the engineering and commissioning results of the magnet power supplies.
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