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Data and COMSOL files supporting a PhD thesis in multiphysics finite element modelling of superconducting cables

Data and COMSOL files supporting a PhD thesis in multiphysics finite element modelling of superconducting cables
Data and COMSOL files supporting a PhD thesis in multiphysics finite element modelling of superconducting cables
The reader will find two types of files - .xlsx (Excel) and .mph (COMSOL versions 5.3-5.5), sorted in folders depending on the section they are relevant to. The names of the files should be self-explanatory. Occasionally there are .mphbin files which contain pre-created geometries for some of the models. These can only be used within COMSOL. The .xlsx files contain all numerical data that can be seen in the Figures throughout the thesis. The COMSOL files are set up and ready to run in order to produce the results that were obtained during the research. Due to the size of the completed simulations, it would have been impractical to retain the solutions - a user should be able to re-simulate with minimal modification to each file. Data must be used and understood in conjunction with the contents of the thesis.
COMSOL, finite element modelling, superconducting cable, Bi-2223, First Generation cable, multiphysics, overcurrent response
University of Southampton
Petrov, Alexander
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Pilgrim, James
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Golosnoy, Igor O.
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Petrov, Alexander
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Pilgrim, James
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Golosnoy, Igor O.
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Petrov, Alexander (2020) Data and COMSOL files supporting a PhD thesis in multiphysics finite element modelling of superconducting cables. University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D1461 [Dataset]

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The reader will find two types of files - .xlsx (Excel) and .mph (COMSOL versions 5.3-5.5), sorted in folders depending on the section they are relevant to. The names of the files should be self-explanatory. Occasionally there are .mphbin files which contain pre-created geometries for some of the models. These can only be used within COMSOL. The .xlsx files contain all numerical data that can be seen in the Figures throughout the thesis. The COMSOL files are set up and ready to run in order to produce the results that were obtained during the research. Due to the size of the completed simulations, it would have been impractical to retain the solutions - a user should be able to re-simulate with minimal modification to each file. Data must be used and understood in conjunction with the contents of the thesis.

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Published date: 2020
Keywords: COMSOL, finite element modelling, superconducting cable, Bi-2223, First Generation cable, multiphysics, overcurrent response

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Local EPrints ID: 442616
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/442616
PURE UUID: d1ad0167-0ce8-4f2c-af55-7b78030f6fa7
ORCID for Alexander Petrov: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4820-5227
ORCID for James Pilgrim: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-2444-2116

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Date deposited: 21 Jul 2020 16:33
Last modified: 22 Jul 2020 00:39

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