22-27 September 2019
Hyatt Regency Hotel Vancouver
Canada/Pacific timezone

Mon-Mo-Po1.05-08 [61]: Effects of Resonance Phenomenon caused by Power Supply on JT-60SA CS

23 Sep 2019, 09:15
Level 2 Posters 2

Level 2 Posters 2


Mr Shogo Sonoda (Sophia university)


The central solenoid (CS) of JT-60SA has four electrically independent modules, and one module is 52-layer coil combined 6 octa-pancake coils and a quad-pancake coil vertically. The CS module is supplied with current through the room temperature busbar and current feeder of the superconductor. The maximum voltage between the CS module terminals is designed to be 10 kV, the voltage between the layers under ideal conditions is then about 0.38 kV because the CS module has 52 layers. But, in operating condition, there is a possibility that the voltage between the conductors is higher than 0.38 kV due to the voltage fluctuations of the power supply and the inhomogeneous voltage distribution in the CS induced by the resonance phenomenon. Hence, it is important to investigate the voltage behavior between the conductors in the CS module.
In the previous works, the circuit simulation model was created which includes CS module (the 52-layer pancake coil), the room-temperature busbar, superconducting current feeder and the structures (ground insulation) supporting TF coil. And the influence of resonance phenomenon on voltage distribution was investigated. In this works, based on the results of the previous works, we created the circuit simulation model of the entire CS (4 modules) and estimated the voltage distribution affected by resonance phenomenon. As a result, it can be concluded that the influence of resonance phenomenon on JT-60SA CS modules is negligible small under the operating conditions. These results therefore represent important information for the safe operation of the JT-60SA.

Primary authors

Mr Hirotakaka Meguro (Sophia university) Kazuya Nakamura (Sophia University) Mr Shogo Sonoda (Sophia university) Mr Keisuke Nasu (Sophia university) Dr Haruyuki Murakami (Quantum radiology Science and Technology) Dr Kyohei Natsume (Quantum radiology Science and Technology) Mr Kazuma Fukui (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology) Mr Takaaki Isono (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)

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