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IEC 61788-1 Ed. 1.0 b:1998, Superconductivity - Part 1: Critical current measurement - DC critical current of Cu/Nb-Ti composite superconductorsCovers a test method for the determination of the d.c. critical current of Cu/Nb-Ti composite superconductors that have a copper/superconductor ratio larger than 1. This method is intended for use with superconductors that have critical currents less than 1000 A and n-values larger than 12, under standard test conditions and at magnetic fields less than or equal to 0,7 of the upper critical magnetic field….

IEC 61788-4 Ed. 1.0 en:2001, Superconductivity - Part 4: Residual resistance ratio measurement - Residual resistance ratio of Nb-Ti composite superconductorsDescribes a “reference” method for the determination of the residual resistance ratio (RRR) of a composite superconductor comprised of Nb-Ti filaments and Cu, Cu-Ni or Cu/Cu-Ni matrix. This method is intended for use with superconductors that have a rectangular or round cross-section, RRR less than 350, and cross-sectional area less than 3 mm2. All measurements shall be done without an applied magnetic field. Optional acquisition methods are outlined in annex A….

Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Parts A & BThe Hyatt Regency Hotel, Columbus, Ohio was the venue for the 1995 Cryogenic Engineering Conference. The meeting was held jointly with the International Cryogenic Materials Conference. Jim Peeples, of CVI, Inc., was conference chairman. Columbus is the home of the Battelle Memorial Institute, a pioneer in cryogenic materials development; the home of CVI, Inc., and Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc., two leading manufacturers of cryogenic equipment; and it is the home of Ohio State University, where re…