Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials by F. R. Fickett (auth.), R. P. Reed, A. F. Clark (eds.)

By F. R. Fickett (auth.), R. P. Reed, A. F. Clark (eds.)

The Fourth foreign Cryogenic fabrics convention (ICMC) was once held in San Diego, California along with the Cryogenic Engineer­ ing convention (CEC) on August 10-l4, 1981. The synergism produced through engaging in the 2 meetings jointly is still very robust. within the ap­ pl1cation of cryogenic know-how, fabrics remain a difficult problem, and occasionally, a drawback. The organization of fabrics and cryogenic engineers raises their expertise of modern learn in every one other's fields and affects the process destiny study. Many contributed to the luck of the 1981 convention. J. W. Morris of the collage of California--Berkeley used to be ICMC convention Chairman. E. N. C. Dalder of Lawrence Livermore Laboratories used to be ICMC Structural software Chairman; D. C. Larbalestier of the collage of Wisconsin-­ Madison, and D. ok. Finnemore of Iowa kingdom collage have been Superconducting fabrics software Chairmen. neighborhood arrangments have been expertly coordinated via R. E. Tatro of common Dynamics--San Diego. The CEC Board, especia11y their convention chairman, T. M. Flynn, of the nationwide Bureau of Stan­ dards, Boulder, contributed very substantia1ly to convention making plans and implementation. All in their efforts supplied the root of the most important CEC/ICMC ever. We thank the workplace of Naval study and the place of work of Fusion strength and simple power Sciences of the dept of strength for delivering wanted monetary aid for the convention. Fina11y, we particularly thank M. Stieg, who ready the papers for the recent strategies and structure utilized in this volume.

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V + Ga gave 44 S. Foner J = 2 to 4 x 10 4 A/cm2 at 16 T with reaction temperatures at 500 tg 600°C. As expected, performance of the V3Ga is superior to Nb 3Sn at high fields. Large green compacts (-100 kg) can be produced by this hot processing. SO far billets from 2 to 8 kg have been produced and scale-up does not appear to pose probIems. Final filament sizes can be varied by choice of initial powder size, and, as for the in situ process, complete reaction is achieved for fine filament:8, resulting in high values of Jc.

36 K. --:':-----l I03L-_ _ H Fig. 6. (T) Typical magnetic field dependence of overall Jc of in situ V3Ga wire; data on commercial V3Ga multifilamentary wire 6 and in situ Nb 3 Sn wire 27 are shown for comparison. The mechanieal behaviour of the in situ V3Ga composite is strongly dependent on its alloy com~osition. Its ultimate tensile strength ranges from 60 to 80 kg/mm , increasing with the volume fraetion of the vanadium filaments. 3 3 The in situ AlS composite conductors show somewhat different behaviour of le degradation under tensile or bending stress from that of the composite-proeessed AlS conductors.

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