Modal Analysis of a GA Superconducting Magnet Subsystem for ALISS
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The modal analysis of a superconducting magnet subsystem designed by General Atomics (GA) has been performed to determine the natural frequencies and corresponding mode shapes. GA subsystem is a part of ALISS (Advanced Lightweight Influence Sweep System), which uses a superconducting magnet for magnetic mine sweeping. Any resonance condition must be avoided in an operational environment to ensure the no-quenching in the subsystem.
NPS Report NumberNPS-ME-97-004
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