Fault current limiter
market is segmented on the basis of its type, voltage range, end-users industries and region.
Powerful plants for renewable energies (EEG plants) must be connected to the grid via efficient fault current limiters
to protect the electric components," said Jurgen Volkel, technical director of Stadtwerke Augsburg.
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The second project will design, develop and demonstrate a pre-saturated core fault current limiter
Fault current limiters
will be an essential element of the smart grid to
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This device implements the same concept that is expected to be used in the full-size iSFCL system and utilizes BEST's 40 mm-wide second generation (2G) high temperature superconductors (HTS), specifically designed for application in fault current limiters
Waller said the success of the company's fault current limiters
would help to reduce problems with connecting renewable energy generators to distribution networks.
The development of a new generation of hybrid and/or full static current limiter
solutions, able to operate above 51000ft, is crucial for specificities of aircraft applications.
The superconducting fault current limiter
(SFCL) technology developed by Blyth-based Applied Superconductor Ltd (ASL) is attracting the interest of three major UK electricity network operators - Electricity North West, Scottish Power and CE Electric.
Moriconi is now based at BEST's California site in Fremont, where he will be responsible for extending BEST's proprietary inductive superconducting fault current limiter
(iSFCL) technology to transmission voltage levels.
For the field trial, cable manufacturer Nexans designed a superconducting short-circuit current limiter
, as well as the superconductor itself, while KIT lent scientific support.