superconducting device

superconducting device

[¦sü·pər·kən′dəkt·iŋ di′vīs]
(cryogenics)
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Antonov, The problem of input current in superconducting device.
In 1990, American Superconductor built its first coils for a superconducting device," said Bruce Gamble, director of engineering at AMSC.
A University of Rochester scientist together with scientists at Moscow's State Pedagogical University have developed a superconducting device that can detect light in the 3 to 10 micrometers portion of the infrared spectrum.
of Houston, researcher Paul Chu chemically manipulates HTS materials with the ultimate goal of making a superconducting device that is similar to a semiconductor.
Other superconducting devices mimicking the human brain cells and transmission have been developed in the past, but efficient synapses have been missing.
The FREIA Laboratory is extending its testing capability for superconducting devices with a multi-purpose and versatile vertical cryostat.
Superconducting devices maker Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies (BEST), part of US Bruker Corp (NASDAQ:BRKR), said Monday it has acquired German AIXUV GmbH, which specialises in XUV/EUV systems and key components, for an undisclosed amount.
Although the new superconducting devices will offer no cost savings (at least in the early stages of acquisition), their light weight, compact size, and lower installation costs offer a net advantage aboard a ship.
Advanced 3D modelling and visualisation techniques have been used by scientists at VIN Technology Services, a business gateway to the University's technology and expertise, to demonstrate to potential investors how the ground-breaking new superconducting devices will be manufactured in a future pilot plant.
Superconducting devices also require cryogenic cooling, which adds size and weight.
Also, since magnetic field sensors, extremely powerful magnets, and many of the other superconducting devices exploit the ordinary proximity effect, the inverse effect will probably lead to novel devices, he predicts.
Secondly, the laboratory has a strong microwave circuit and device research and development group that had been involved in the design, fabrication and testing of low temperature superconducting devices for several years before the discovery of high temperature superconductivity.

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