Refrigeration Requirements for a Superconducting Continuous-Sheet Computer Memory
Many superconducting switching devices have been proposed for computer memories including cryotrons [1–3], calotrons  persistatrons  ryotrons, Crowe ceils , and the continuous-sheet memory , Problems have been slow speed, large heat production, or close tolerance requirements. Currently, crossed-film cryotrons and the continuous-sheet memory appear the most promising.
KeywordsLiquid Helium Hysteresis Loss Eddy Current Loss Heat Leak Sense Line
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