High Temperature Superconductor Current Leads Proposal for ITER


In the ITER superconducting magnet system, operation currents up to 68 kA are required that have to be transferred from room temperature (RT) to 4.5 K by specially designed current leads (CL). The ohmic losses and the thermal conduction of conventional CL cause high heat loads to the refrigeration system. This load can be reduced drastically by the use of… (More)

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