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Investigation of stability of composite superconductors in typical coil configurations

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The stability of various composite conductor designs in realistic coil environments has been examined. We measure the velocity of propagation or contraction of a normal region, the full recovery current, and the minimum propagating current in a coil segment. We examine the dependence of these measurements on background field, transport current, electrical insulation, cooling passage size and orientation, and proximity of other conductors. Comparison of experiment and calculation provides indirect information about local heat transfer to the helium bath and direct information about safe operating current limits for particular coil designs.

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 1 )