Design and PHILS-based Transient Analysis of a Tri-axial HTS Power Cable

Sun-Kyoung Ha, Chang-Soon Kim, Sung-Kyu Kim, Minh-Chau Dinh, Jin-Geun Kim, Minwon Park, In-Keun Yu, Sangjin Lee, Kideok Sim
2014 Physics Procedia  
Tri-axial high-temperature superconducting (HTS) power cables are very efficient compared with other HTS power cables due to their reduced use of HTS wires and cryogenic surface area, resulting from the mutually layered structure of the three phases. However, the operating characteristics of tri-axial HTS power cables differ from other cables in a transient-state condition. In order to install HTS power cables in a real grid, feasibility verification through simulation or experimentation is
more » ... ired in advance. Thus, the authors design a tri-axial HTS power cable and implement a power hardware-in-the-loop simulation that consists of a real time digital simulator-based simulation model and hardware devices including a power supply and a 1 m-long tri-axial HTS model cable. Simulation results show the stability verification under steady-state and transient-state conditions.
doi:10.1016/j.phpro.2014.09.079 fatcat:rixe6jj465hubiyxgvaidmdg3i