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Heating Phenomena in the Vibrating Superconducting Magnet on Maglev
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics
Publication Date: 1995/05/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8516
Type of Manuscript: INVITED PAPER (Special Issue on Superconducting Electronics and Its Applications)
Category: Applications of small-size high field superconducting magnet
electro-magnetic disturbance, heat load, evaporation, superconducting magnet, friction,
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The superconducting magnet on a maglev vehicle vibrate and heats up inside under the influence of various disturbances in running. We have investigated the characteristics of heating in the superconducting magnet vibrating under the electro-magnetic disturbance from the ground coils. This magnetic disturbance has a frequency component ranging widely from 0 Hz to several hundred Hz which is proportional to the speed of the maglev vehicle. It was revealed that an extreme increase of heat load on the inner vessel of the energized magnet occurred at a particular frequency and it surpassed the capacity of the refrigerator installed in the tank of the superconducting magnet. As a result of the investigation, we could identify broadly three factors of heating, and now we have good prospects of largely suppressing the heating by reducing the disturbance through the folded arrangement of the ground coils and a structural improvement of the magnet.