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

Mon-Af-Po1.22-02 [102]: Design and Evaluation of Prototype High-Tc Superconducting Linear Synchronous Motor for High-speed Transportation

23 Sep 2019, 14:30
2h
Level 3 Posters

Level 3 Posters

Poster Presentation Mon-Af-Po1.22 - Motors IV

Speaker

Dr Chang-Young Lee (Korea Railroad Research Institute)

Description

Due to the high thrust density and operational speed, superconducting linear synchronous motor is considered a favorable propulsion system for high-speed ground transportation. Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI) has researched on high-Tc superconducting linear synchronous motor (HTS LSM) to develop new high-speed transportation of which speed is over 500 km/h. As a feasibility study for HTS LSM, we developed a small-scale prototype HTS LSM and evaluated its operational performances. The design scheme of prototype was focused mainly on testing the thrust performance of HTS LSM. The HTS electromagnet consists of 2-pole HTS coil, which was developed with GdBCO tape in single cryostat vessel. To enhance self-quench protection, the HTS coils were fabricated with non-insulated windings. The rating magneto-motive force of each HTS coil was designed to be 320 kAt at the operating temperature of 20 K. And the prototype was designed to generate about 3 kN in the maximum thrust at the given operating condition. We confirmed these performances by carrying out static operational tests. This paper describes design process, fabrication and evaluation results of the prototype HTS LSM.

Primary author

Dr Chang-Young Lee (Korea Railroad Research Institute)

Co-authors

Dr Jin-Ho Lee (Korea Railroad Research Institute) Seokho Kim (Changwon National University) Yoon Do Chung (Suwon Science College) Dr Jung-youl Lim (Korea Railroad Research Institute) Dr Kwan-Sup Lee (Korea Railroad Research Institute) Dr Suyong Choi (Korea Railroad Research Institute) Dr Jung-min Jo (Korea Railroad Research Institute) Hunju Lee (SuNAM Co., Ltd.)

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