Development of a superconductor magnetic suspension and balance prototype facility for studying the feasibility of applying this technique to large scale aerodynamic testing, Volume 2565
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a.c. losses aerodynamic test facilities CALIBRATION circuit coiI coil assembly coil configuration coil system components conductors control system cryogenic wind tunnel cryostat design extrapolation detector discussed drag augmentation coils eddy currents electromagnetic position sensor Electromagnetic Suspension experimental feasibility ferromagnetic field gradient flow force frequency gradient coil pair helium evaporation rate Hence high Reynolds number kw-h kwatt-hour Langley Research Center large scale facilities larger facilities linearly liquid helium liquid nitrogen Mach magnetic coils magnetic field magnetic suspension concept magnetic suspension techniques magnitude main field coil main field current maximum model motion NASA nominal suspension point operational characteristics optical optimal parameter Parker perturbation photodiodes power amplifiers power dissipation power supply R. N. Zapata requirements scaling laws shown in Figure stagnation pressure superconductor magnetic suspension supercooled suspended model suspension and balance System Dynamic test section University of Virginia vacuum jacket vapor-cooled leads vertical voltage