Experimental Results on the Development of Superconducting NbTi/Cu-Mn/Cu Wires for Magnet Systems of SIS100 and SIS300 Synchrotrons of FAIR

@article{Potanina2010ExperimentalRO,
  title={Experimental Results on the Development of Superconducting NbTi/Cu-Mn/Cu Wires for Magnet Systems of SIS100 and SIS300 Synchrotrons of FAIR},
  author={Liudmila Potanina and Victor I. Pantsyrny and A. N. Shikov and N. Salunin and Igor N. Gubkin and V. Yu. Korpusov and Hamlet Khodzhibagiyan and Artem Kovalenko and Egbert Fischer and Hans Mueller and Gebhard Moritz},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={1395-1398}
}
Experimental prototype wires with low AC losses intended for the use in the magnet systems of the SIS100 and SIS300 synchrotrons of FAIR have been fabricated and investigated. A wide database on Jc and AC losses has been obtained for the wires that have a 3-4 micron filament diameter and a Cu-0.5 % Mn interfilament matrix. Cable samples based on these wires have been fabricated and AC losses have been measured. Recent results are presented for the performance of NbTi/Cu-Mn/Cu wires of new… CONTINUE READING

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