Second-Generation HTS Conductor Design and Engineering for Electrical Power Applications

@article{Xie2009SecondGenerationHC,
  title={Second-Generation HTS Conductor Design and Engineering for Electrical Power Applications},
  author={Y. Xie and Maxim Marchevsky and Xun Zhang and Ken Lenseth and Yimin Chen and Xuming Xiong and Yunfei Qiao and Andrei Rar and B. Gogia and Robert Schmidt and Allan Knoll and V. Selvamanickam and G. Pethuraja and Papiya Dutta},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={3009-3013}
}
Besides critical current and conductor length, thermal stability, mechanical properties and ac loss characteristics of second-generation (2G) HTS wire are very important performance parameters to electric power device applications. Each application sets specific technical requirements on conductors. The properties of the practical 2G HTS wire manufactured at SuperPower, Inc. have enabled satisfactory performance in a number of demonstration devices including cable, high-field magnetic coil and… CONTINUE READING
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