Effects of Formation Temperature on the Superconducting Properties of V3Ga Wires
Multifilamentary V3Ga wire has a promising potential for use in several advanced systems applications. These include such high-field systems as electrical motors and generators, plasma confinement magnets for thermonuclear fusion, and magnetohydrodynamics channel magnets.
KeywordsFormation Temperature Transverse Magnetic Field Electron Beam Weld Composite Wire Gallium Content
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