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    Language: English
    In: IEEE transactions on applied superconductivity, 2018-04, Vol.28 (3), p.1-10
    Description: The EuCARD2 collaboration aims at the development of a 10 kA-class superconducting, high current density cable suitable for accelerator magnets, to be tested in small coils and magnets capable to deliver 3-5 T when energized in stand-alone mode, and 15-18 T when inserted in a 12-13 T background magnet. REBCO tape, assembled in a Roebel cable, was selected as conductor. The developed REBCO tape has reached a record engineering critical current density, at 4.2 K and 18 T of 956 A/mm 2 . Roebel cable carried up to 13 kA at 20 K when tested in a small coil (FeatherM0.4). Then a first dipole magnet, wound with two low-grade Roebel cables of 25 m each, was assembled and tested. The dipole reached the short sample critical current of 6 kA generating more than 3 T central field at about 5.7 K, with indications of good current transfer among cable strands and of relatively soft transition. The construction of a costheta dipole is also discussed. Eucard2 is reaching its objective and is continuing with the H2020-ARIES program aiming at doubling the Je at 20 T to obtain 6 T as standalone and 18 T as insert in a high field facility.
    Subject(s): Coils ; High-temperature superconductors ; accelerator magnets ; Critical current density (superconductivity) ; Collaboration ; HTS dipoles ; Superconducting magnets ; Conductors ; HTS conductor ; Condensed Matter Physics ; Electrical and Electronic Engineering ; Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
    ISSN: 1051-8223
    E-ISSN: 1558-2515
    Source: IEEE Electronic Library (IEL)
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