STUDY ON THERMOMAGNETIC COUPLING FRACTURE OF HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTOR MULTILAYER STRUCTURES [Poster #4]
Shenghu DingGrand Ballroom D
Most studies on the fracture of bulk or ribbon superconductors are based on superconducting critical state models that do not consider temperature changes. Most of the research objects of the thermal-mechanical-electric-magnetic model only focus on the distribution of magnetic field current and stress, while the thermal-mechanical-electric-magnetic model with cracks is rarely involved. The research in this paper will be based on a generalized critical state model that considers both temperature and magnetic field effects to investigate the effects of thermal and magnetic effects on cracks in superconducting structures.
Ningxia University, Yinchuan, China
Tue 18:00 - 19:00