SUPERCONDUCTIVE INDUCTOR STORAGE AND CONVERTERS FOR PULSED POWER LOADS.

N. Mohan, H. A. Peterson

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Abstract

In this paper, loads with pulse durations greater than several milliseconds are considered. Several schemes of interconnecting the pulsed load and the storage inductor are compared in terms of the pulsed power and reactive volt-ampere requirements imposed on the power system. The effects of the storage inductor capacity and the power ratings of the interface converters are explored. A partial or complete elimination of pulsed power and reactive volt-ampere demands on the power system are possible through proper design.

Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 1 1976
EventIEEE Int Pulsed Power Conf, Proc - Lubbock, TX, USA
Duration: Nov 9 1976Nov 11 1976

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OtherIEEE Int Pulsed Power Conf, Proc
CityLubbock, TX, USA
Period11/9/7611/11/76

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Mohan, N., & Peterson, H. A. (1976). SUPERCONDUCTIVE INDUCTOR STORAGE AND CONVERTERS FOR PULSED POWER LOADS.. Paper presented at IEEE Int Pulsed Power Conf, Proc, Lubbock, TX, USA, .