SCFLS

AcronymDefinition
SCFLSSurface Combatant Force Level Study
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By acting as both a superconductor and a resistor as circumstances require, and allowing energy flow in two directions, SCFLs provide network managers with a low-cost flexible solution.
By acting as both a superconductor and a resistor as circumstances require, and allowing energy flow in two directions, SCFLs provide network managers with a lower-cost and more flexible way than has traditionally been used to address these faults, thus cutting energy losses and improving network stability.
Superconducting fault current limiters (SCFLs) have worldwide applications for connecting the growing number of alternative energy systems to distribution networks and can also be used in heavily loaded industrial sites, especially ships with electric propulsion, and in areas such as Eastern Europe where old networks have to cope with growing loads.