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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
G A Shneerson; Mikhail I Dolotenko; Sergey I Krivosheev
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Introduction; 1 Magnetic fields of axially symmetrical magnetic systems used for generation of the strong fields (methods of calculation, assessment of the edge effects); 1.1 Magnetic field of the systems with the given current distribution; 1.2 The setting of the task for the calculation of a magntic field at a small penetration depth; 1.3 The determination of the parameters of the inductor systems at a strongly-pronounced skin effect according to the simplified field pattern; 1.3.1 The field of single-turn solenoids (flat ring) above the ideally-conducting plane (h ± r1). 1.3.2 The field of multiwinding solenoid in the form of a flat spiral above the plane (Figure 1.6b)1.3.3 Field of solenoid in off-loading cylindrical screens; 1.4 Edge effects in single-coil magnets. Modelling of problems; 1.5 References; 2 Calculating formulas and the results of numerical estimations of field parameters for typical single-turn magnets; 2.1 The field of the flat ring as an example of the single-turn magnet with sharply pronounced edge effect; 2.2 The coil of a rounded cross-section (an ideally conductive toroid); 2.3 Thin-wall single-turn magnets. 2.4 The field of rectangular coils with arbitrary ratios of characteristic dimensions2.5 Induction of the one-turn magnet placed near the coaxial cylinder or the plane; 2.6 References; 3 Field diffusion into the conductors and their heating; 3.1 Adiabatic heating of conductors at a given current density; 3.2 Linear regime of field diffusion in conductors; 3.3 The surface impedance. Energy losses in the skin layer with sinusoidal current; 3.4 The asymptotical values of the magnetic field intensity and current density at the conductor edge under the condition of a pronounced skin effect. 3.5 Examples of the diffusion of the uniform pulse electromagnetic field into a medium with constant conductivity3.6 Energy generation and heating a medium in the case of diffusion of the pulse magnetic field into the conductor; 3.7 Heating of a conductor with a current in an external magnetic field; 3.8 Minimization of a uniform medium heating under diffusion of the pulse magnetic field; 3.9 One-dimensional diffusion of the field into a medium with conductivity depending on the coordinate. Reduction of energy generation in the surface layer. 3.10 One-dimensional nonlinear diffusion of the magnetic field into the conductor heated by the eddy current3.11 Approximate description of the surface effect. "The skin layer method"; 3.12 References; 4 Matching of the parameters of solenoids and power supply sources; 4.1 General requirements to the power supply source; 4.2 Optimization of the parameters of the system of solenoids --
capacity energy storage; 4.3 Optimization of solenoids according to Fabri; 4.4 Transformations of energy in a circuit with alternating inductance.
|Series Title:||De Gruyter studies in mathematical physics.|
|Responsibility:||German A. Shneerson, Mikhail I. Dolotenko, Sergey I. Krivosheev.|