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Short rolled multifilamentary BSCCO-2223 oxide-powder-in-tube (OPIT) wire has reached a core critical current density J/sub c/ over 73,000 A/cm/sup 2/ (77 K, self-field, 1 /spl mu/V/cm) in multiple samples, with engineering (full-cross-section) current density J/sub c/ of 22,800 A/cm/sup 2/ (77 K, self-field, 1 /spl mu/V/cm). Regular production wires(More)
Developing applications for HTS technology are now enabled by a new generation of superconducting wires that bring together the required electrical and mechanical properties in long lengths that are durable when exposed to practical application environments. Advances in the development and scale-up of long-length Bi-2223 HTS composite wire are reviewed.(More)
Significant advances have been made in the critical current density of the technologically interesting (Bi,Pb)2223 composite conductors. Engineering current density, J/sub e/, of 9100 A/cm/sup 2/, corresponding to a filament current density, J/sub c/, of 32600 A/cm/sup 2/ (77 K, self-field) has been achieved by increasing the fraction of oxide in the(More)
American Superconductor Corporation, Pirelli Cable Corporation, and the Electric fewer Research Institute are engaged in a program aimed at developing a commercially viable high temperature superconducting power transmission cable. The first phase of the program has been completed with the fabrication and testing of a 50 meter conductor for a power(More)
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