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Superconductors low temperature in details

Activities in the field of "low Tc" applied superconductivity have a broader scope than the hybrid magnet project’s. For example, they concern the development of a new kind of cryostable superconducting conductor (1), or the ability to measure high critical current (up to 1 kA) on large length samples (of 1 m) under high magnetic field (9-25 T) (2) and the development of methods for brazing/welding conductors to be used at cryogenic temperatures (3).
 
(1)"Study and Development of the Superconducting Conductor for the Grenoble Hybrid Magnet", IEEE Transactions
on Applied Superconductivity 22, 6001604 (2012) ;
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2011.2180882
(2) "A New Test Station to Measure the Critical Current of Superconducting Strands", IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 22, 9500504 (2012) ;
http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2011.2178581
(3) "Tin pest : A forgotten issue in the field of applied superconductivity ?", LNCMI Annual Report 2012, p. 88