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Enhancement of critical current density and reduction of proximity coupling in fine filamentary NbTi with Si and Mn alloyed Cu matrices

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3 Author(s)
Liu, H. ; IGC Adv. Superconductors Inc., Waterbury, CT, USA ; Gregory, E. ; Cross, R.W.

Critical current density Jc and magnetization data are given on fine filamentary NbTi materials with a series of different copper alloy matrices containing Si, Mn, or both. By applying the correct thermomechanical treatment, materials of this type can give high Jc's with minimal electrical coupling. The use of Si has a particular advantage in that it greatly reduces intermetallic compound formation and may, therefore, obviate the need for a barrier around the filaments under certain conditions

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 4 )