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

Session

Tue-Af-Spe1 - Special Session: Magnet Technology and Conductor for Future High-field Applications

24 Sep 2019, 16:00
Regency Ballroom ()

Regency Ballroom

Description

The Special session will discuss status, magnet and conductor technology needs for future very high magnetic field applications. Possible potentially-commercial or large-volume applications include imaging, rotating machinery, fusion and accelerator technology. In these applications, high fields promise the system performance improvements beyond magnetic field-generating assembly, compact devices and reduced weight. Several presentations will address status of the high-field, >10 tesla, ReBCO, BSCCO and TMC conductors. HTS and TMC conductor needs will be discussed including technical characteristics and manufacturing demands. The magnet technology challenges include but not limited to interactions with the system components, high forces and stresses, quench protection, operation at high currents, high voltage insulation, manufacturing issues.

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24/09/2019, 16:00
Michael Parizh (GE Global Research)
24/09/2019, 16:05
Invited Oral Presentation
Zach Hartwig (Commonwealth Fusion Systems)
24/09/2019, 16:15
Invited Oral Presentation
Mathias Noe (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
24/09/2019, 16:30
Invited Oral Presentation
Bernardo Bordini (CERN)
24/09/2019, 16:45
Invited Oral Presentation
Dr Bernd Seeber (scMetrology SARL)
24/09/2019, 17:00
Invited Oral Presentation
Satoshi Awaji (Tohoku University)
24/09/2019, 17:15
Invited Oral Presentation
Mike Sumption (The Ohio State University)
24/09/2019, 17:30
Invited Oral Presentation
Prof. Naoyuki Amemiya (Kyoto University)
24/09/2019, 17:45
Invited Oral Presentation
Ramesh Gupta (BNL)
24/09/2019, 18:00
Invited Oral Presentation
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