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Heat transfer and superconducting magnetic energy storage

presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, November 8-13, 1992

by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting

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Published by The Society in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heat -- Transmission -- Congresses.,
  • Magnetic energy storage -- Congresses.,
  • Superconducting magnets -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementsponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by J.P. Kelly, M.J. Superczynski.
    SeriesHTD ;, vol. 211, HTD (Series) ;, v. 211.
    ContributionsKelley, J. P., Superczynski, M. J., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ260 .A415 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1745906M
    ISBN 100791810518
    LC Control Number92056516

    The superconducting coil, the heart of the SMES system, stores energy in the magnetic fieldgenerated by a circulating current (EPRI, ). The maximum stored energy is determined by two factors: a) the size and geometry of the coil, which determines the inductance of the coil.   Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Demonstration - Duration: (8 of 20) Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field - Duration: Michel van Biezen Next Generation Energy Storage.

    A comparison is presented of transient heat flow in He II as measured experimentally and as predicted by analysis based on the Gorter-Mellink equation. The geometry is that envisioned for the He II cooling of a SMES (superconducting magnetic energy storage) system, namely, an annular layer of He II in direct contact with one layer of a solenoid. HTS Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) systems need cryogenic cooling systems. The heat transfer analysis is carried out in steady state with the heat generation of the HTS coil and effects of the thermal contact resistance. The results show the effects of the heat generation and thermal contact resistance on the temperature Cited by: 8.

      Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) systems store energy in a magnetic field created by the flow of direct current in a superconducting coil that has been cooled to a temperature below its superconducting critical temperature. A typical SMES system includes a superconducting coil, power conditioning system and refrigerator. Once the superconducting coil is charged, the current does not decay and the magnetic energy can be stored . while the energy stored in an inductor (of inductance) when a current flows through it is given by:. This second expression forms the basis for superconducting magnetic energy storage. Energy is also stored in a magnetic field.


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Heat transfer and superconducting magnetic energy storage by American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Winter Meeting Download PDF EPUB FB2

Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) is one of the few direct electric energy storage systems. Its specific energy is limited by mechanical considerations to a moderate value (10 kJ/kg), but its specific power density can be high with excellent energy transfer efficiency.

Heat transfer and superconducting magnetic energy storage: presented at the Winter Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Anaheim, California, NovemberAuthor: J P Kelley ; M J Superczynski ; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) is one of the few direct electric energy storage systems. Its specific energy is limited by mechanical considerations to a moderate value (10 kJ/kg), but its specific power density can be high with excellent energy transfer efficiency.

This makes SMES promising for high-power and short-time by: 3. Download Coordinated Control of Superconducting Fault Current Limiter and Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage for Transient Performance Enhancement of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Generation System complete Project Report.

Coordinated Control of Superconducting Fault Current Limiter and Superconducting Magnetic Energy. A Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) system stores the energy in its magnetic field produced by the flow of direct current in a coil made of superconducting materials (e.g.

Nb-Ti at K) which is cryogenically brought down to a temperature below its. Heat transfer problems associated with large scale Superconductive Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) are unique due to the proposed size of a unit.

The Wisconsin design consists of a cryogenically stable magnet cooled with He II at K. The special properties of He II (T heat transfer medium for magnet by: 3.

superconducting bulk is cooled with the heat transfer of a decompressed helium gas. This paper reports a design and manufacturing of the SMB, a test result of the SMB itself and a performance of the SMB installed in the FW energy storage system.

INTRODUCTION *1elecommunications & Energy Laboratories, R&D DivisionTFile Size: 1MB. superconducting magnetic energy storage system KLKim 1,JBSong,JHChoi2,SHKim2,DYKoh3,KCSeong4, HMChang5 andHGLee1,6 1 Division of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea University, Seoul, Korea calculate the radiative heat flux.

The convective heat transfer by the residual gas (QCited by:   Superconducting Magnetic Storage Energy Systems store energy within a magnet and release it within a fraction of a cycle in the event of a loss of line power.

How they work, how fast they recharge, what they are made from, what they are used for Author: American Superconductor. NREL is a national laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, operated by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.

Contract No. DE -ACGO Developing a Cost Model and Methodology to Estimate Capital Costs for Thermal Energy Storage G. Glatzmaier. Technical Report NREL/TPFile Size: 1MB. A typical SMES system includes three parts: superconducting coil, power conditioning system and cryogenically cooled refrigerator.

Once the superconducting coil is charged, the current will not decay and the magnetic energy can be stored indefinitely. The stored energy can be released back to the network by discharging the coil.

The power conditioning system uses an inverter/rectifier to transform Specific energy: 1–10 Wh/kg, (4–40 kJ/kg). This flowing current generates a magnetic field, which is the means of energy storage.

The current continues to loop continuously until it is needed and discharged. The superconducting coil must be super cooled to a temperature below the material's superconducting critical temperature that is in the range of – 80K ( to °C).

Broad Area: Computational and experimental heat transfer and fluid dynamics Specific Areas: Rotary Kiln, Electronics Cooling, Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Systems, Heat ExchangerOccupation: Senior Assistant Professor. Energy Storage Systems. Editors Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage.

Cultu. Pages Electrical Energy Storage Battery. Wen-Jei Yang. Phase Solar Pond control design energy storage heat transfer hydrogen model modeling plants solar energy. Editors and affiliations. Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) system, a device that stores energy in the magnetic field, can instantly release stored energy and are considered ideal for shorter duration energy storage applications.

SMES systems offer advantages in terms of quicker recharging and discharging, and the ability to recharge sequences several times without degradation of magnets. Also discussed are design criteria for superconducting magnet stability, heat exchangers and heat transfer to liquid He and N, heat and mass transfer characteristics of He II, refrigeration techniques for magnetic resonance imaging and other small systems, refrigeration for liquefaction and for superconducting fusion as well as for accelerator and generator systems, magnetic refrigeration, cryocooling and refrigeration for space applications, the storage and transfer of cryogenic fluids Author: R.

Fast. Purchase High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) for Energy Applications - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAbstract. A 1 MJ energy storage device consisting of six toroidally arranged superconducting coils is under construction at TU München.

Each coil is cooled indirectly by Cited by: 5. Magnetic energy and electrostatic potential energy are related by Maxwell's potential energy of a magnet of magnetic moment in a magnetic field is defined as the mechanical work of the magnetic force (actually magnetic torque) on the re-alignment of the vector of the magnetic dipole moment and is equal to: = − ⋅ while the energy stored in an inductor (of inductance) when a.

about the Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) which uses the flow of direct current through a cryogenically cooled superconducting coil to generate a magnetic field that stores energy.

Once the superconducting coil is charged, the current will not deteriorate and the magnetic energy can be stored indefinitely. Test equipment for a flywheel energy storage system using a magnetic bearing composed of superconducting coils and superconducting bulks M Ogata1, H Matsue1, T Yamashita1, H Hasegawa1, K Nagashima1, T Maeda2, T Matsuoka3, S Mukoyama3, H Shimizu4 and S Horiuchi5 1Railway Technical Research Institute, Hikari-cho Kokubunji-shi, Tokyo,JapanCited by: Specific Heat of Superconducting Zn Nanowires.

2 new areas of applications have emerged in the fields of magnetic storage, 3 solar cells, 4 carbon nanotubes, 5 cata-lysts, 6 and metal.The enclosure was cooled from the circumferential sidewall at the constant heat flux and vertical end walls were thermally insulated.

A strong magnetic field was considered by a one-turn electric coil with the concentric and twice diameter of the cylinder. Without a magnetic field, natural convection occurs along the circumferential : G. Tomita, M. Kaneda, T. Tagawa, H. Ozoe.