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TECHNICAL PROGRAM – DAY 1

EUROPEAN CRYOGENICS DAYS WITH THE GENERAL MEETING OF THE CRYOGENICS SOCIETY OF EUROPE
WEDNESDAY, 13 SEPTEMBER 2017
08:00 Registration
09:00 - 09:15 Opening
09:15 - 10:55 Cryogenics Society of Europe – General Meeting
Open to all, voting by CSE members only
10:55 - 11:25 Coffee Break
11:25 - 12:30 Session 1 - Cryogenics in Astrophysics
Session Chair: Steffen Grohmann (KIT, Germany)
OR1-1 25m Gerd Jakob (ESO, Germany)
Cryogenics at the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT)
OR1-2 25m Lionel Duband (CEA, France)
Sub-K cooling for space and ground-based telescopes
Q/A 15m Plenary discussion on Session 1
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 16:00 Session 2 – Cryogenics in Particle Physics and Computing
Session Chair: Dimitri Delikaris (CERN, Switzerland)
OR2-1 25m Laurent Tavian (CERN, Switzerland)
The FCC project and its cryogenic challenges
OR2-2 25m David Montanari (Fermilab, United States)
Long-baseline neutrino facility (LBNF)
OR2-3 25m Adrian Zenklusen (Linde Kryotechnik, Switzerland)
ESS target moderator cryogenic plant process design
OR2-4 25m Hans Hilgenkamp (University of Twente, Netherlands)
Superconducting supercomputers and quantum computing
Q/A 20m Plenary discussion on Session 2
16:00 - 17:00 Interaction Break
17:00 - 19:00 Session 3 – Cryogenics in Transportation, Air Separation and Power Applications
Session Chair: Pascale Dauguet (AirLiquide, France)
OR3-1 25m Hiroyuki Ohsaki (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Review and update on MAGLEV
OR3-2 25m Mykhaylo Filipenko (Siemens, Germany)
Towards hybrid electric aircraft – killer application for HTS technology?
OR3-3 25m Limin Qiu (Zhejiang University, China)
Development of large-scale cryogenic air separation systems
OR3-4 25m Mathias Noe (KIT, Germany)
Cooling requirements for superconducting power cables
Q/A 20m Plenary discussion on Session 3
19:00 - 20:30 Exhibitors Welcome Reception
20:30 End of Day 1

 

 

TECHNICAL PROGRAM – DAY 2

II. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COOLING SYSTEMS FOR HTS APPLICATIONS
THURSDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2017
08:00 Registration
08:45 - 09:00 Welcome to IWC-HTS
09:00 - 10:30 Session 4 – Power Grid Applications
Session Chair: Mathias Noe (KIT, Germany)
OR4-1 30m Friedhelm Herzog et al. (Messer, Germany)
Liquid nitrogen operated cooling systems for superconducting power lines (invited)
OR4-2 15m Naoko Nakamura et al. (Mayekawa MFG, Japan)
Turbo-Brayton refrigerator of Yokohama HTS cable project
OR4-3 15m Steffen Kloeppel et al. (TU Dresden, Germany)
Cooling Considerations for the Long Length HVDC Cables Cryostat within BEST PATHS Project
OR4-4 15m H.J.M. ter Brake et al. (University of Twente, Netherlands)
SupernetNL program: 3.4 km 110 kV AC underground superconducting cable in the Dutch grid
OR4-5 15m Mike Staines et al. (Robinson Research Institute, New Zealand)
Cooling systems for HTS transformers: Impact of cost, overload, and fault current performance expectations
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:30 Session 5 – Novel Machinery
Session Chair: Fons de Waele (TU Eindhoven em, Netherlands)
OR5-1 30m Thomas Reis et al. (Oswald, Germany)
Cryogenic challenges for different superconductive motor topologies (invited)
OR5-2 15m Jan Wiezoreck et al. (ECO5, Germany)
Cryogenic design of the EcoSwing 3.6 MW superconducting wind generator
OR5-3 15m Jiuce Sun et al. (KIT, Germany)
Compact cryogen-free modular cooling system for large scale offshore superconducting wind turbines
OR5-4 15m Mingyao Xu et al. (SHI, Japan)
Development of High-capacity Single-stage GM Cryocoolers at SHI
OR5-5 15m Claus Hanebeck et al. (Vision Electric Super Conductors, Germany)
Cryogenics in high-current busbars and multistage cooled current leads
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:30 Session 6 – Small-scale Applications
Session Chair: Marcel ter Brake (University of Twente, Netherlands)
OR6-1 30m Cathy Foley et al. (CSIRO, Australia)
HTS SQUID systems for mineral prospecting (invited)
OR6-2 15m Alexei Kalaboukhov et al. (Chalmers University, Sweden)
Operation of a high-Tc SQUID gradiometer with a two-stage MEMS-based Joule-Thomson micro-cooler
OR6-3 15m Christoph Pfeiffer et al. (Chalmers University, Sweden)
A liquid nitrogen-cooled cryostat for multichannel HTS magnetoencephalography
OR6-4 15m Tonny Benschop et al. (Thales Cryogenics, Netherlands)
Recent development in compact and reliable cryocoolers at Thales Cryogenics
OR6-5 15m Tetsuo Oka et al. (Niigata University, Japan)
Attempt to generate uniform magnetic field by face-to-face magnet system containing HTS bulk magnets
 15:30 – 17:30 Coffee & Poster Session
Session Chair: Steffen Grohmann (KIT, Germany)
17:30 - 18:00 Break
18:00 - 18:30 Bus Transfer
18:30 - 21:30 Workshop Dinner
21:30 - 22:00 Bus Transfer
22:00 End of Day 2

 

 

TECHNICAL PROGRAM – DAY 2

II. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COOLING SYSTEMS FOR HTS APPLICATIONS
THURSDAY, 14 SEPTEMBER 2017
15:30 - 17:00 Poster Session
Session Chair: Steffen Grohmann (KIT, Germany)
P-01 Qian Bao et al. (SHI, Japan)
Development of a pneumatic GM cryocooler with dual-displacer
P-02 Lin Bian et al. (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Cryogenic system of the 3W1 superconducting wiggler magnet
P-03 Guido Consogno et al. (WEKA, Switzerland)
Flow regulation of cryogenic fluids: Design of a high-rangeability control valve
P-04 Lucas B S da Silva et al. (Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil)
MgB2 superconducting bulks with AlB2 doping
P-05 Vladimir Datskov et al. (GSI, Germany)
2G HTS tape reliable protection in 250 A current leads
P-06 Fridolin Holdener et al. (Shirokuma, Switzerland)
Valve actuated by electric stepper motor-based linear drive
P-07 Minaru Kawamura et al. (Okayama University of Science, Japan)
Cooling and ac-losses in the superconducting super motor
P-08 Shane T. Keenan et al. (CSIRO Manufacturing, Australia)
Large voltage modulation HTS 2D SQIF arrays operated on a single stage cryocooler
P-09 Yuzhe Lin et al. (KIT, Germany)
CFD analysis of the regenerator performance of cryocooler under different accelerations
P-10 Alexey Pan et al. (University of Wollongong, Australia))
Enhancement of critical current density by large antidots in inhomogeneous arrays in YBa2Cu3O7 thin films
P-11 Jens Tamson et al. (KIT, Germany)
Cryogenic PHAse EQuilibria Test Stand (CryoPHAEQTS)
P-12 Yanan Wang et al. (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
The effect of impedance on VM type thermal compressor output characteristics for obtaining liquid helium temperature
P-13 Chao Zhou et al. (University of Twente, Netherlands)
The design and analysis of a superconducting magnet system for magnetic density separation
P-14 Xiaotao Wang et al. (TIPC, CAS, China)
Numerical and experimental studies of a two-stage pulse tube cryocooler working around 20K
P-15 Sonja Schlachter et al. (KIT, Germany)
Design and performance of a conduction-cooled HTS magnet in the radio-blackout experiment COMBIT
P-16 Mohammad Yazdani-Asrami et al. (Robinson Research Institute, New Zealand)
Heat transfer in HTS transformer and current limiter windings
P-17 Chao Wang (Cryomech Inc., United States)
Large capacity cryocoolers and cold helium circulation systems for HTS applications
P-18 Michal Vojenčiak et al. (IEE SAS Bratislava, Slovakia)
Forced flow cooling of HTS CORC cable used in superconducting coil
P-19 Moritz Kuhn et al. (ILK Dresden, Germany)
Cooling system for a superconducting DC-rail

 

 

TECHNICAL PROGRAM – DAY 3

II. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COOLING SYSTEMS FOR HTS APPLICATIONS
FRIDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2017
09:00 - 10:45 Session 7 – Systems and Solutions
Session Chair: Krzysztof Brodzinski (CERN, Switzerland)
OR7-1 30m Christopher Boyle et al. (Fabrum Solutions, New Zealand)
Commercial cryocoolers for use in HTS applications (invited)
OR7-2 15m Sastry V. Pamidi et al. (Florida State University, United States)
Opportunities and challenges for cooling HTS power applications with gaseous helium circulation
OR7-3 15m Marc, Dhallé et al. (University of Twente, Netherlands)
Superconducting magnetic density separation
OR7-4 15m Jérôme Pellé (GTT, France)
Membrane cryostats
OR7-5 15m Rainer Soika et al. (Linde Kryotechnik, Switzerland)
Cryogenic relief device sizing based on existing norms
OR7-6 15m Chandra Sarkar Swapan et al. (Jadavpur University, India)
Performance studies of an indigenously built condenser for a reverse Stirling cycle based cryocooler
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 - 13:15 Session 8 – Heat Transfer and Modelling
Session Chair: Christoph Haberstroh (TU Dresden, Germany)
OR8-1 30m John M. Pfotenhauer (University of Wisconsin, United States)
Recent advances in cryogenic pulsating heat pipes (invited)
OR8-2 15m A.T.A.M. de Waele et al. (TU Eindhoven, Netherlands / Oswald, Germany)
Capillary cooling of AC superconducting coils
OR8-3 15m Romain Bruce et al. (CEA, France)
Thermal performances of a meter-scale cryogenic pulsating heat pipe
OR8-4 15m Eugen Shabagin et al. (KIT, Germany)
Calculation of temperature profiles and pressure drop in concentric three-phase HTS power cables
OR8-5 15m David Gomse et al. (KIT, Germany)
Numerical model of a micro-structured heat exchanger for cryogenic mixed refrigerant cycle
Q/A 30m Discussion and Closing
13:15 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 15:00 Bus Transfer
15:00 - 17:30 Technical Excursion
Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment KATRIN (KIT-Campus North)
17:30 - 18:00 Bus Transfer
18:00 End of the Workshop