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Aluminum oxide particle strengthened niobium-tin superconducting composite wire

Title: Aluminum oxide particle strengthened niobium-tin superconducting composite wire.
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Name(s): Markiewicz, William Denis, inventor
Han, Ke, inventor
Chen, Jingping, inventor
Kalu, Peter N., inventor
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Utility
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Date Created: 2007-12-06
Date Issued: 2012-05-15
Physical Form: computer
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Extent: 1 online resource
Language(s): English
Abstract/Description: A composite superconducting wire and a method of manufacturing the wire is disclosed. Nano-particle dispersion strengthened copper is co-drawn with Niobium rod to produce DSC-1Nb wire. n numbers of DSC-1Nb wires are then stacked in a hollow DSC tube and drawn to form a DSC-n.Nb hexagonal wire. In a separate preliminary process, Tin rod is co-deformed with Copper tube to form a Cu-1Sn wire. m DSC-n Nb wires and 1 Cu-1Sn wires are then wrapped by Niobium foil and placed into a Copper tube. This entire assembly is then drawn to a finished size. The drawn composite is then subjected to heat treatment with a final stage at 650-700° C. for about 100 hours or longer. The new wire has higher electric critical current and higher mechanical strength than the controlled conventional ones.
Identifier: FSU_uspto_8176620 (IID), 8176620 (patent number), 2081771 (inventor key), 11/999566 (app id), 6c9256d97d167832cbab694dc904bd27 (assignee id)
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fsu/fd/FSU_uspto_8176620
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Host Institution: FSU

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