Magnetic Shielding Characteristics of Second Generation High Temperature Superconductors at Variable Temperatures Obtained by Cryogenic Helium Gas Circulation

Abstract

Magnetic shielding characteristics of 40 mm wide second generation high temperature superconducting (2GHTS) materials were studied at variable temperatures. Shielding characteristics were measured in DC and variable frequency AC magnetic fields at a range of magnitudes up to 60 mT. Magnetic shields fabricated in the form of short cylinders were studied with… (More)

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@article{Kvitkovic2015MagneticSC, title={Magnetic Shielding Characteristics of Second Generation High Temperature Superconductors at Variable Temperatures Obtained by Cryogenic Helium Gas Circulation}, author={Jozef Kvitkovic and Daniel T. Davis and Min Zhang and Sastry V. Pamidi}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity}, year={2015}, volume={25}, pages={1-4} }