FEATURES OF OPERATION OF A SUPERCONDUCTING CURRENT LIMITER AT THE SUDDEN SHORT CIRCUIT
Keywords:coil, high-temperature superconducting, magnetic permeability
In the article the fault current limiter of inductive type with high-temperature superconducting coil and screen is considered. Main features of transient at occurrence of short circuit are analyzed.
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