He II heat transfer through superconducting cables electrical insulation

@inproceedings{Baudouy2000HeIH,
  title={He II heat transfer through superconducting cables electrical insulation},
  author={Bertrand Baudouy and M. François and F.-P. Juster and Chantal Meuris},
  year={2000}
}
  • Bertrand Baudouy, M. François, +1 author Chantal Meuris
  • Published 2000
  • Physics
  • Abstract For NbTi magnets cooled by superfluid helium (He II), the most severe heat barrier comes from the electrical insulation of the cables. Tests on electrical multi-layer insulations, made of Kapton ® , dry fiber and epoxy resin impregnated fiberglass tapes, indicate that heat transfer is influenced by He II contained in the insulation. Electrical insulation can be considered as a composite material made of a solid matrix with a complicated helium channels network. For several insulations… CONTINUE READING

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