Contact resistivity due to oxide layers between two REBCO tapes

@article{Lu2019ContactRD,
  title={Contact resistivity due to oxide layers between two REBCO tapes},
  author={Jun Lu and Yan Xin and Eric J Lochner and Kyle Radcliff and Jeremy Levitan},
  journal={Superconductor Science and Technology},
  year={2019},
  volume={33}
}
In a no-insulation (NI) REBCO magnet, the turn-to-turn contact resistivity (ρc) determines its quench self-protection capability, charging delay time and the energy loss during field ramps. Therefore it is critically important to be able to control a range of ρc values suitable for various NI magnet coils. In this work, we investigate two possibilities to control ρc: by controlling the oxide layer of the copper surface of REBCO tapes; and by controlling the oxide layer in stainless steel co… 

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