Institute of Electrical Engineering,Chinese Academy of Sciences


NameShaotao Dai Date of Birth   
SexMale  DegreeMaster of Engineering 
Place of Birth  Professional TitleAssociate Professor 
Tel  Administrative Title 
Other Title:Secretary of the Applied Superconductivity Commission, China Electrotechnical Society
Research Directions:Superconducting power technology, Superconducting magnet technology
Education and Work Experiences:1990.09гн1994.07 Study at the Central South University, Bachelor of Engineering
1994.09гн1997.04 Study at the Central South University, Master of Engineering
1997.04гн Work at the Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Projects:Act as a coworker in the following finished projects:
Development of 75m, 10.5kV/1.5kA three-phase HTS power transmission cable;
Development of 10.5kV/1.5kA three-phase HTS fault current limiter;
Development of 1MJ/0.5MVA superconducting magnetic energy storage system;
Development of measurement platform for basic parameters and application of superconductors.
Act as a coworker in the following projects in progress:
Fundamental research on the thermal stability of HTS coil
Main Achievements:More than 20 papers have been published and 6 patents granted in recent years.
Awards:2007, 2nd prize of the Gansu Scientific and Technological Progress Award;
2006, 1st prize of the Baiyin Municipal Scientific and Technological Progress Award.
Publications:[1] S.T. Dai, L.Z. Lin, Y.B. Lin, Z.Y. Gao, Y.F. Fang, L.H. Gong, Y.P. Teng, F.Y. Zhang, X. Xu, G. Li, L.F. Li, L.Y. Xiao. The three-phase 75m long HTS power cable. Cryogenics, Vol.47, July-August 2007, P:402-405.
[2] Shaotao Dai, Liye Xiao, Zikai Wang, Jingye Zhang, Dong Zhang, Dong Hui, Naihao Song, Fengyuan Zhang, Zhiyuan Gao, Yinshun Wang, and Liangzhen Lin. Design of a 1MJ/0.5MVA HTS Magnet for SMES. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, Vol.17, No.2, June 2007, P:1977-1980.
[3] S.T. Dai, Z.K. Wang, D. Zhang, J.Y. Zhang, C.H. Zhao, X.J. Du, F.Y. Zhang, L.Z. Lin, L.Y. Xiao. Design, Numerical Analyses and Test of a 0.1MJ SMES with Low Stray Field. Cryogenics, Vol.47, July-August 2007, P:387-390.