Magnetisation and transport current loss of a BSCCO/Ag tape in an external AC magnetic field carrying an AC transport current

J.J. Rabbers, D.C. van der Laan, Bernard ten Haken, Herman H.J. ten Kate

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Abstract

In practical applications, BSCCO/Ag tapes are exposed to external AC magnetic field and fed with an AC transport current. The total AC loss can be separated in two contributions: first, the transport current loss influenced by an external AC magnetic field, and second, the magnetisation loss that depends on the transport current running through the conductor. In this paper the total AC loss is considered and the role of the electric and magnetic components is compared. This comparison is made with an available analytical model for the AC loss in an infinite slab and verified experimentally for a BSCCO/Ag tape conductor. For small transport currents the magnetisation loss dominates the total loss. When the current increases, a field dependent crossover occurs, after which the transport current loss also plays a role. Qualitatively the measurements can be described well in terms of the critical state model. For magnetic field parallel to the wide side of the conductor the CSM for an infinite slab describes the measurements also quantitatively
Original languageUndefined
Pages (from-to)1185-1188
Number of pages4
JournalIEEE transactions on applied superconductivity
Volume9
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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  • METIS-128830
  • IR-24031

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Magnetisation and transport current loss of a BSCCO/Ag tape in an external AC magnetic field carrying an AC transport current. / Rabbers, J.J.; van der Laan, D.C.; ten Haken, Bernard; ten Kate, Herman H.J.

In: IEEE transactions on applied superconductivity, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1999, p. 1185-1188.

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