Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature devices – systems – apparatus – com- ponents,... – Superconductor next to superconductor
C505S220000, C505S236000, C505S470000, C505S927000, C428S930000, C174S125100, C252S500000
A superconducting article includes a first superconductive segment having a nominal thickness tn1, a second superconductive segment having a nominal thickness tn2, and a joint region comprising a splice connecting the first and second superconductive segments together. The splice overlies portions of both the first and second superconductive segments along the joint region, the joint region having a thickness tjr, wherein tjris not greater than at least one of 1.8 tn1and 1.8 tn2.
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Knoll Allan Robert
Larson Newman Abel Polansky & White LLP
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