Review of Superconductor Activities at IGC on A-15 Conductors
In the past several years, IGC has developed a number of multifilamentary A-15 conductors for specialized applications. Very high current density, flexible, low loss materials were fabricated using the more conventional internal bronze technique. In addition, a lower cost, versatile, high performance material is produced using the IGC external bronze technique. Experimental quantities of multifilament Nb-Ta-Sn have also been fabricated using the external bronze process.
KeywordsCritical Current Density Reaction Layer Tape Approach Copper Niobium Bend Strain
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