The importance of interfilamentary barrier resistance in YBCO coated conductor to minimize ac losses

@inproceedings{Oberly2002TheIO,
  title={The importance of interfilamentary barrier resistance in YBCO coated conductor to minimize ac losses},
  author={Charles Evan Oberly and Gregory L. Rhoads and Paul Nathan Barnes and Lu Long and David James Scott and Wilfred James Carr},
  year={2002}
}
YBCO coated superconducting tapes can be optimized to minimize the ac loss in aggressive magnetic field and frequency environments typical of synchronous generator armature windings and air core transformers. Optimized conductors can be realized by creating a multifilamentary structure incorporating high barrier resistance that allows a practical twist pitch to minimize coupling losses. Barrier electrical resistance is being characterized and several methods for creating high barrier resistance… CONTINUE READING

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