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Aluminum spiral wrapping for stabilization of niobium/titanium superconductor wire

Aluminum spiral wrapping for stabilization of niobium/titanium superconductor wire

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Stabilizing niobium/titanium (Nb/Ti) low temperature superconductor wire with aluminum instead of copper reduces the overall weight up to 50 percent. Spiral wrapping of aluminum onto a core of Nb/Ti ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:2001
Weight:0.2500
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By Gil Baker, Horace Pops, Jack Davis and Julie Walker, SUPERIOR ESSEX; Greg Holt and Suhas Vaze, Concurrent Technologies Corp.; and Dahwei Yuan, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, USA
2001
 
Stabilizing niobium/titanium (Nb/Ti) low temperature superconductor wire with aluminum instead of copper reduces the overall weight up to 50 percent. Spiral wrapping of aluminum onto a core of Nb/Ti fibers embedded in a copper matrix was investigated as a cost-effective production method. The challenges of spiral wrapping high-purity aluminum onto a relatively fine wire and then bonding the assembly, without flux, are discussed.
  
 
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