Modelling high temperature superconducting magnets for nuclear fusion
Nuclear fusion promises an abundant supply of clean energy, hence the growing need for reliable nuclear fusion applications. Join COMSOL and Tokamak Energy to learn about modelling high-temperature superconducting magnets for fusion applications. Register to watch this free webinar recorded with live Q&A on 17th November 2022 available on demand.
Losses of high-temperature superconductors induced during transient states require numerical models to dimension the necessary cooling system as well as to predict the safe operating conditions for the magnets. However, modelling large-scale HTS applications is complex due to the high aspect ratio of the conductors as well as the nonlinear property introduced by superconductivity.
COMSOL Multiphysics® has a wide range of functionality that makes it easy to handle such challenges. To see the software's capabilities in action and learn more about modelling high-temperature superconducting magnets for fusion applications, register for this free webinar, happening on 17 November.
Register for this webinar to learn about:
- The basics of nuclear fusion, focusing on the challenges of designing plasma-confining magnets in tokamaks
- High-temperature superconductors and how they are an enabling technology for compact fusion reactors
- Modelling high-temperature superconductors magnets using COMSOL® and how to simplify complex designs
- The advantages of using a multiphysics approach to design magnets
Register to watch this free webinar recorded with live Q&A on 17th November 2022 available on demand - register your interest
This free webinar is available for IET members and non-members.
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