Double-Disordered HTS-Coated Conductors and Their Assemblies Aimed for Ultra-High Fields: Large Area Tapes

Double disordered (DD) HTS layers processed via high-fluence PLD with modulated pressure and barium zirconate precipitation yield very high engineering current densities, above 900 and 600 A/mm<sup>2</sup> at 18 and 31 T, respectively, measured at 4.2 K and <italic>B</italic>||<italic>c</italic>. Tape architecture is based on 50–100-<italic>μ</italic>m… (More)