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A study on required volume of superconducting element for flux flow resistance type fault current limiter
IEEE transactions on applied superconductivity
We have proposed a fault current limiter (FCL) suppressing an overcurrent only by a flux flow resistance of a high temperature superconductor (HTS). If the fault current is interrupted within an allowable time after the fault occurs, the flux flow resistance type FCL can instantly recover to the superconducting state and pass a load current. In this paper, the volume of the HTS in the FCL required to satisfy the specified limiting effect and was investigated theoretically. The volume depends ondoi:10.1109/tasc.2003.812982 fatcat:q6clidmfejc3xmnkgajomv5phe