11th International Conference on Magnet Technology (MT-11): by Isamu Mano (auth.), T. Sekiguchi, S. Shimamoto (eds.)

By Isamu Mano (auth.), T. Sekiguchi, S. Shimamoto (eds.)

Over the years the purpose of the overseas convention on Magnet know-how has been the trade of knowledge at the layout, development and operation of magnets for a number of purposes, equivalent to excessive power physics, fusion, electric equipment and others. the purpose has integrated advances in fabrics for magnet conductors, insulators and aiding constructions. when you consider that its inception the point of interest of the foreign convention on Magnet expertise has steadily shifted to superconducting magnets. Now just about all papers are with regards to superconductivity. The eleventh foreign convention on Magnet expertise (MT-11) used to be geared up via the mixed efforts of the Institute of electric Engineers of Japan, the organization for advertising of electric, digital and data Engineering, and the Tokyo component to the IEEE. The convention was once held on the Tsukuba college corridor, Tsukuba, Japan, from 28 August to at least one September 1989, courtesy ofthe collage ofTsukuba. The Tsukuba college corridor used to be sufficiently big to host invited talks, parallel classes, poster periods and business exhibitions. 461 contributors from 19 international locations registered for MT-ll, and 280 invited and contributed papers have been awarded. The papers have been reviewed not just via this system Committee but in addition via overseas members. operating periods and social occasions have been characterised by way of a really foreign atmo­ sphere. medical in addition to cultural tours have been geared up in order that overseas viewers may possibly event the spirit of recent Japan. 26 businesses, of which eight have been from Western nations, participated within the business exhibition which featured assorted services and products of curiosity to the magnet community.

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Conclusions The development of maglev system is reaching practical stage in the transition period of 1990s to the 21st century. The development of magnet, regardless of superconducting or normally-conducting as a main factor of maglev system, seems to become increasingly important for improving its performance in terms of light weight, small size, low consumption of power and high reliability. In addition, if high-temperature superconductors come to be applied, it can be foreseen that the new systems will be further promoted.

Table 2 shows an attempt to compare the arguments for and against each solution, based on the knowledge when both groups started the projects. While the main "risks" for the TORE SUPRA approach could be seen in the Hell cryogenics, for the T 15 approach it was the rather early development status of Nb3Sn conductor and winding technology. Table 3 gives a survey on the selected conductor and winding parameters verified by the development programmes. Some characteristics of each solution can be seen.

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