S.T. Dai

Chinese Academy of Sciences, Peping, Beijing, China

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Publications (12)10.25 Total impact

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    ABSTRACT: China's renewable energy resource such as wind and solar energy resources mainly distributed in the northeast, northwest, north China, while China's electricity load centre is in the eastern and central regions. Therefore, longdistance, large-capacity and cross-regional transmission of wind power is one of the significant challenges for China's renewable power development and utilisation. Based on a certain optimization method for the transmission capacity determination the transmission cost can be minimized due to the spatiotemporal complementarities of dispersed renewable energy resources, which has been well known for a long time but never been studied in terms of the capacity optimization of transmission lines. Hence, base on the real wind data provided by China Meteorological Administration (CMA) and the idea that this paper investigates the complementary effect of dispersed renewable energy resources on the capacity optimization of ultra HVDC lines.
    Sustainable Power Generation and Supply (SUPERGEN 2012), International Conference on; 01/2012
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    ABSTRACT: China has begun to build eight 10-million-kilowatt wind power bases and the wind power can reach 230 GW of installed capacity by 2020. Such large-scale integration of wind power will have significant impacts on the power system, such as increasingly outstanding difficulties of peak load regulating, the bottleneck of grid integrating capability, and so on. But keeping view of geographically dispersed wind energy resources in a larger scope or even countrywide scope may be an effective way to solve those above problems. In this case, due to the spatiotemporal complementarities of dispersed wind generation, electricity power from wind energy changes slowly, thus to benefit the safe and economic operation of the power system. Hence, based on real wind data which is provided by the China Meteorological Administration (CMA), this paper investigates the impacts of the complementary effect of countrywide dispersed wind energy on the power system. Both short term and long term effects of wind power on the power system are investigated. The results show that the countrywide complementary effect of dispersed wind energy resources could bring various benefits to operation of China electricity system.
    Sustainable Power Generation and Supply (SUPERGEN 2012), International Conference on; 01/2012
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    ABSTRACT: Magnesium diboride shows a wide appli- cation prospect in the field of low field DC application for its relatively simple structure and rather higher critical temperature than LTS. With the development of composite super- conductor manufacturing technology and cryogenic technology, developing conduction cooled superconducting MRI system with composite superconductor is becoming increasingly feasible. An superconducting magnet for MRI was devel- oped. The superconducting magnet is used to investigate the fundamental scientific problem of the MRI main magnet, including field uniformity and stability, influencing factors of composite superconductor on field uniformity and sta- bility. The superconducting magnet consists of 2 solenoids wound with wire with the length of 60 m. The magnet has an outer diameter of 169 mm, an iron core diameter of 135 mm, and air gap of 32 mm. The superconducting magnet is fabricated and tested. The central magnetic field reaches 1.0 T when the current of the magnet is 290 A. The central magnetic field is 0.39 T when the current of the magnet is 100 A. In this paper, the minimum quench energy, the quench propagation velocity and the minimum propagation zone of the composite conductor are measured. Main magnet for MRI with composite superconductor is analysed and proposed, including magnet de- sign and test results. By theoretical modeling and simulation, the detailed quench propagation of the magnet is further analysed. Finally, the stability criteria of conduction-cooled MRI magnet are established.
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 01/2011; 21(3):2100-2103. · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: The critical performance of YBCO tape with inhomogeneous superconducting properties was simulated by use of a bad point distribution model and the Gaussian distribution model. The critical current and n value of the whole HTS tape was analysed. The reliability of the simulation was verified with the experimental data. The results of the two simulation models were compared each other. The influence of inhomogeneous properties on the critical performance of YBCO HTS tape was proved by simulation results which are helpful for the simulation of superconducting devices based on YBCO HTS tapes.
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 07/2010; · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Magnesium diboride shows a wide application prospect in the field of low field DC application for its relatively simple structure and rather higher critical temperature than LTS. With the development of composite superconductor manufacturing technology and cryogenic technology, developing conduction cooled superconducting MRI system with composite superconductor is becoming increasingly feasible. An superconducting magnet for MRI was developed. The superconducting magnet is used to investigate the fundamental scientific problem of the MRI main magnet, including field uniformity and stability, influencing factors of composite superconductor on field uniformity and stability. The superconducting magnet consists of 2 solenoids wound with wire with the length of 60 m. The magnet has an outer diameter of 169 mm, an iron core diameter of 135 mm, and air gap of 32 mm. The superconducting magnet is fabricated and tested. The central magnetic field reaches 1.0 T when the current of the magnet is 290 A. The central magnetic field is 0.39 T when the current of the magnet is 100 A. In this paper, main magnet for MRI with composite superconductor is analysed and proposed, including magnet design, test results, and field uniformity.
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 07/2010; · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Close circuits made of Fe and composite sheathed, mono- and multi-filament MgB2 wires were fabricated and tested in liquid He and conduction cooling environments for the demonstration of persistent current operation in such as the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) magnets. Persistent current switches and superconducting joints were designed and installed in the circuits. The decay time of the captured magnetic field in the coil and joint resistance were measured. According to the results, the resistance of the closed circuit at low temperature can be less than 10-13 Omega, showing a potential for application in the currently develop MgB2 MRI systems. The causes of the circuit resistance were also discussed.
    Journal of Physics Conference Series 01/2010; 234(2).
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    ABSTRACT: Along with the rapid growth of the national economy in China, the electric utility is faced with an ever rising demand for electricity and the problem to solve large capacity power transmission. Under the support of the High Technology Research & Development Program of China, a 1.5 kA/10.5 kV 10-m long 3-phases HTS transmission power cable and a 75-m long, 3-phase, 10.5 kV/1.5 kA HTS power cable have been developed successfully by the Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences. The 75-m long HTS power cable operates now at a local live distribution grid of 6.6 kV to supply electric power for Changtong's factory in Baiyin, Gansu Province. The cable operates stably and reliably over 7000 hours since December 2004.
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 07/2007; · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: A 75 m, three-phase HTS power cable is successfully demonstrated in a distribution grid of Gansu Changtong Cable Science and Technology Joint Stock Co., Ltd. in northwest China. The HTS power cable operates at a local live distribution grid of 6.6 kV to supply electric power for Changtong's factory in Baiyin, Gansu Province. The cable was rated for voltages up to 10.5 kV, and has conducted up to 1600 A at 400 V, which was limited only by the load available at Changtong's factory. The critical current of cable was tested as high as 5300 A DC at 76 K. The cable was connected to a local distribution grid to supply the power for the workshops at Changtong's factory. The cable operates stably and reliably over 5500 h since December 2004.
    Cryogenics 01/2007; 47:402-405. · 1.17 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: A 0.1MJ superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) is designed with low stray field by FEM. By applying a shield magnet, the stray field of SMES is reduced effectively. By analyzing the magnetic field of magnet, equipotential line, distributions of magnetic flux density are obtained. The SMES magnet is tested in the liquid helium and the calculated results and the measured results are compared. Based on above analyses, a design scheme, which has both acceptable technical performance and low stray field, is derived.
    Cryogenics 01/2007; 47(7):387-390. · 1.17 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Superconducting Fault Current Limiter (SFCL) is an attractive appliance for modern electrical power system. A 10.5kV/1.5 kA three-phase HTS fault current limiter was developed by IEE, CAS. This improved rectifier-type SFCL with HTS coil of 6.25 mH is going on a demonstrated long-term reliable operation in a real 10.5 kV substation located in Hunan, China. In a three-phase-to-ground short circuit test of grid, the prospective fault current of 3.5 kA was limited to 635 A at the pre-setup short-circuit point successfully
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 07/2006; · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: We prepared 6 coils from the stainless steel-enforced multifilamentary Bi2223/Ag tapes and studied their electromagnetic behavior for a three-phase 26 kVA (400 V/16 V, 37.5 A/937.5 A) transformer. The primary windings were solenoid coils consisted of 4 helically wound layers, and the secondary windings were consisted of 24 double pancakes connected in parallel with 3 layers, the strand of 6 windings was consisted of two parallel transposed multifilamentary tapes. A numerical analysis has been developed to predict the DC and AC behavior of the coils based on measurements of short samples and tested coils at 77 K. A comparison is made between the experiment and model calculation.
    IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 07/2004; · 1.20 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: High-Tc superconducting cable is one of interesting power applications using high-temperature superconductors. One of the important issues in HTS cable are AC losses, which are concerned with power transmission efficiency. In this paper, we report the experimental results of a 1 m long high-temperature superconducting transmission cable. The result shows that the AC loss of the cable is 0.22 W at operating current 600 Arms, 50 Hz. The cable losses dependence on the current can be expressed by power law perfectly. The losses linear dependence on frequency shows that the AC losses are mainly hysteretic losses.
    Physica C Superconductivity 01/2003; 386:52-55. · 0.72 Impact Factor