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Modelling and Analysis Tools for High Temperature Superconducting Motors

31 août-4 sept. 2020
Faculty of Sciences and Technologies - Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy (France)

HTS Motors School 2020 This year, the organizers of the 7th International Workshop on Numerical Modelling of High Temperature Superconductors have decided to propose a Spring School in relation to one of the specificities of the Group of Research in Electrical Engineering of Nancy (GREEN), namely the modelling and design of electrical machines associated with superconducting materials. This school is a unique event, where hands-on problem solving with analytical methods, commercial or open-sources software complements theoretical aspects of modelling of High Temperature Superconductors. Lectures will be done by experts in the field and special attention will be paid to pedagogical aspects. This edition will be held in Nancy, France, aiming an exceptional, intensive and inspiring experience and networking opportunity for young researchers, as well as scientists, engineers and all those interested in the field. The aim of the school is to educate participants in different theoretical and practical aspects of the design and modelling of superconducting electrical machines. An essential point of this school will be the practical application during the afternoons of theoretical content seen in the morning. Each participant will have access to a computer with all the necessary software. As the school is intended for doctoral students or young researchers, activities allowing the integration of the group's members and networking will also be provided. The main topics covered are: Superconductivity, bulk superconductors and their magnetization Analytical modelling and design of HTS machines Dynamic modelling and evaluation of AC Losses in HTS windings using T-A formulation in COMSOL Modeling of HTS systems including ferromagnetic materials using open-source softwares (GMSH / GetDP...) School Director: Kévin Berger [GREEN, Université de Lorraine – France] Contact: We would like to acknowledge the support of the European Society for Applied Superconductivity (ESAS).
Discipline scientifique : Analyse numérique - Supraconductivité - Electromagnétisme - Energie électrique

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