STATUS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTOR BASED MAGNETS AND THE CONDUCTORS THEY DEPEND UPON

@inproceedings{Schwartz2011STATUSOH,
  title={STATUS OF HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTOR BASED MAGNETS AND THE CONDUCTORS THEY DEPEND UPON},
  author={Justin Schwartz and Frank Hunte and Wan Kan Chan and Xiaofan Gou and X. T. Liu and Mark L. F. Phillips and Q. V. Le and Golsa Naderi and Melanie Turenne and Liyang Ye},
  year={2011}
}
This paper reviews the status of high temperature superconductors for high field magnets for future devices such as a high energy LHC or a muon collider. Some of the primary challenges faced for the implementation of systems are discussed. Two conductor technologies, Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+x and YBa2Cu3O7-, have emerged as high field conductor options, but their relative advantages and disadvantages for high field magnets are quite different. These are reviewed from an engineering perspective… 

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