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MT27: BSCCO geometrical and soldering optimization for high current lead applications.

18/11/2021


In all superconducting applications it is necessary to bring the current from the power supply, always at room temperature, to the cold mass using current leads. In order to reduce the heat transferred to the cold mass, those connections must be carefully designed.

In a big amount of applications those current leads are composed by different stages and in particular by a HTS High Temperature Superconductor superconducting stage.

Those materials are extremely efficient for carrying current but at the same time they are very expensive and extremely fragile.

This poster presents the result of a geometrical and soldering technique optimisation in order to build an high current superconducting lead minimizing the amount of expensive materials and avoiding the use of helium.


Discover more on the full version of the poster.

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