11 november 2015

09:00-09:10

Opening en inleiding
Dagvoorzitter dr. Rob Ross, TenneT

09:10-09:20

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

Supernet project overview
Prof. dr. Johan Smit, TU Delft

09:20-09:55

LIPA HTS 138kV transmission cable
Dr. Rainer Soika, Head of Product Management & Development, Machines & Cryogenic Systems Nexans.

LIPA (Long Island Power Authority, New York).The world's first high-temperature superconductor (HTS) power transmission cable system in a commercial power grid.

09:55-10:20

HTS Distribution Cable with intrinsic FCL capacity
Ir. Dag Willen, Project Manager Development and Innovation NKT

10:20-10:45

Pauze

10:45-11:10

“275 kV HTS transmission cables. Current status and future efforts".
Dr. Yagi Masashi, Furukawa Electric Japan

Furukawa Electric has developed a 275kV superconducting power cable of the highest voltage class in the world.

11:10-11:30

FINAL REPORT ON SUPERNET PROJECT

System studies on interaction of HTS cables with power grids
Ir. Irina Melnik, Sr.Consultant Elektrotechniek, projectmanagement van innovatieve en ontwikkelprojecten Alliander

11:30-11:50

HTS cables, distribution versus transmission,
Ir. Roy Zuijderduin, TU Delft

11:50-12:10

Strengthening the Dutch Grid using HTS AC power cables and perspectives of HTS DC cables
Dr. Oleg Chevtchenko, TU Delft

12:10-12:30

Cooling systems for HTS cables
Ir. Ronald den Heijer MBM, CryoZone BV

12:30-13:20

Lunchpauze

13:20-13:50

DUTCH PERSPECTIVES

Large Scale and Industrial Applications of Superconductivity (including particle accelerators and detectors at CERN)
Prof. dr. Herman ten Kate, Universiteit Twente

13:50-14:20

Superconductivity in Transmission Grid
Ing. Gert Aanhaanen TenneT

14:15-14:30

Afronding en afsluiting Symposium

14:30-15:00

Ontvangst in Aula (Auditorium / 3e etage)

15:00-16:00

Valedictory address
High Voltage: "Super, Smart & Sustainable"
Prof. dr. Johan Smit

16:00-17:30

Receptie en netwerkborrel

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