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Session 13: ENERGY AND SUPERCONDUCTIVITY

Energy, attracting an increasing awareness of the importance of conserving valuable natural resources, faces efficiency challenges in the 21st century to meet demand affordably, sustainably and securely. Rather than from the consumption of conventional mineral fuels, such as coal, oil, gas and nuclear, energy drawn from renewable energy systems is also expected to show promise of becoming practical. Superconductivity, the novel technology that revolutionized power generation, transmission and storage through the application of superconductors, is one of the most promising enablers of energy efficiency.

This session is intended to inspire the world experts in superconductivity to present their latest results to solve energy efficiency issues, exchange information, extend network and plan the future breakthroughs. This session is also a connection between academia and industry to broaden the spectrum of applications of superconductivity in its reach and potential.

 

session 13a - 10 July 2014, 8:30-10:15
moderator: Prof. David Cardwell FREng, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

High temperature superconducting motor system for low carbon emission transportation equipment (40 minutes) Abstract

Prof. Taketsune Nakamura
Department of Electrical Engineering
Graduate School of Engineering
Kyoto University
Japan

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Some Aspects of the Physics of the 2nd Generation Coated Conductors at the Transition to the Resistive State (30 minutes) Abstract

Prof. Pierre Bernstein
CNRS/CRISMAT-ENSICAEN and Université de Caen-Basse-Normandie
France

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Application of Superconductors for Offshore Renewable Energy Integration (30 minutes) Abstract

Dr. Quan Li
School of Engineering
University of Aberdeen
United Kingdom

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session 13b - 10 July 2014, 10:35-12:20
moderator: Dr. Quan Li, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Bulk high temperature superconductors for high field applications in the energy sector (40 minutes) Abstract

Prof. David Cardwell FREng
Bulk Superconductivity Group
Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
United Kingdom

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Fiber Bragg Grating Sensors for Cryogenics and Superconducting Magnet Applications (20 minutes) Abstract

Dr. Rajinikumar Ramalingam
Institute of Technical Physics, Cryogenics Division
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Germany

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Relaxation of Internal Stresses in Composite Second Generation High Temperature Superconductors by Means of High Energy Ion Irradiation (20 minutes) Abstract

Timofey E. Demikhov
Lebedev Institute of Physics, Moscow
Russia

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session 13c - 10 July 2014, 13:40-15:25
moderator: Prof. Taketsune Nakamura, Kyoto University, Japan

Application of Superconducting Power Cables and Their Future Prospects (40 minutes) Abstract

Prof. Hiroyuki Ohsaki
Graduate School of Frontier Sciences
The University of Tokyo
Japan

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Superconducting-ferromagnetic shell for magnetic energy harvesting and transmission at a distance (20 minutes) Abstract

Prof. Carles Navau
Department of Physics
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia
Spain

Temperature and strain monitoring using Fiber Bragg gratings at cryogenic temperatures (20 minutes) Abstract

Dr. Tobias Habisreuther
Leibniz-Insitute of Photonic Technology (IPHT) Jena
Germany

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Determination of deformation patterns from electromagnetic response in high temperature superconductors (20 minutes) Abstract

Prof. Huadong Yong
Key Laboratory of Mechanics on Disaster and Environment in Western China, Ministry of Education of China

Department of Mechanics and Engineering Sciences
College of Civil Engineering and Mechanics
Lanzhou University
China

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This session is chaired by:

Dr. Quan Li
School of Engineering
University of Aberdeen
United Kingdom

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