Multiple-Core Straight Conductors

  • V. A. Al’tov
  • V. B. Zenkevich
  • M. G. Kremlev
  • V. V. Sychev
Part of the The International Cryogenics Monograph Series book series (EXLO)

Abstract

As already indicated, combined materials with internal stabilization are manufactured in the form of multiple-core conductors, since the production and use of a single-core superconducting wire involves serious difficulties. The number of individual superconducting strands in the conductor may vary from 10–20 to several hundreds or even thousands. In addition to this the combined conductor contains normal metal; this is either a pure metal with a high electrical conductivity (usually copper) or an alloy with a relatively low conductivity (such as a copper—nickel alloy of the constantan type). Sometimes conductors containing all three components are made [99]. The combined conductor may also be a cable twisted from individual wires consisting of superconducting strands in a common sheath of normal metal.

Keywords

Nickel Enthalpy Attenuation Helium Eter 

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Copyright information

© Plenum Press, New York 1977

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. A. Al’tov
  • V. B. Zenkevich
  • M. G. Kremlev
  • V. V. Sychev

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