pancake coil

pancake coil

[′pan‚kāk ¦kȯil]
(electricity)
A coil having the shape of a pancake, usually with the turns arranged in the form of a flat spiral.
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Kim et al., "Turn-to-turn contact characteristics for an equivalent circuit model of no-insulation ReBCO pancake coil," Superconductor Science and Technology, vol.
Caption: Figure 4: Equivalent circuit of a NI single pancake coil.
Owing to the existence of polyimide insulating plate between each single pancakes, a NI double-pancake coil is equivalent to 2 single pancake coils in series.
Wang et al., "Analyses of transient behaviors of no-insulation REBCO pancake coils during sudden discharging and overcurrent," IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, vol.
Xu, An equivalent circuit grid model for no-insulation HTS pancake coils, Superconductor Science & Technology, Superconductor Science, 2015.
Oka et al., "Experimental investigation of loss characteristics with AC and DC offset transport current in HTS double pancake coil," IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, vol.
LWC grooved and plain coils are mostly used in the ACR segment, whereas pancake coils and straight-length seamless copper tubes are mainly used in industrial (heat exchangers), plumbing, electrical and other end-user segments in MENA countries
The transmitted and received (implanted coil) pancake coils coupling can be optimized by making [d.sub.in*T] [approximately equal to] 0.18[d.sub.out*T] and [d.sub.in*R] [approximately equal to] 0.75[d.sub.out*R], respectively, which is adopted from [25].
Spiral pancake coils performance on air and within dry and wet skin.