By F. R. Fickett (auth.), R. P. Reed, A. F. Clark (eds.)
The Fourth foreign Cryogenic fabrics convention (ICMC) used to be held in San Diego, California along side the Cryogenic Engineer ing convention (CEC) on August 10-l4, 1981. The synergism produced by way of accomplishing the 2 meetings jointly continues to be very robust. within the ap pl1cation of cryogenic know-how, fabrics remain a tough problem, and occasionally, a drawback. The organization of fabrics and cryogenic engineers raises their knowledge of modern study in each one other's fields and affects the process destiny learn. Many contributed to the good fortune of the 1981 convention. J. W. Morris of the college 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. okay. Finnemore of Iowa nation collage have been Superconducting fabrics software Chairmen. neighborhood arrangments have been expertly coordinated by means of R. E. Tatro of basic 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 biggest CEC/ICMC ever. We thank the place of work of Naval learn and the workplace of Fusion power and simple power Sciences of the dep. of power for supplying wanted monetary aid for the convention. Fina11y, we in particular thank M. Stieg, who ready the papers for the hot strategies and structure utilized in this volume.
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3 demonstrated that cold processing was feasible starting with 40-\Jm hydride-dehydride Nb and cu powder. Compaction of the powder in a Be-Cu tube, swaging, and wire drawing followed by external Sn plating, diffusion, and reaction at 650°C yielded submicron filaments of Nb 3Sn with high Jc values at high field. Both the Jc and strain toleranee for such Cu-Nb-Sn materials comparable to the best .!!!.. situ materials. 5-mm diam. As an alternative approach, Sn powder was introduced with the cu and Nb powder in the billet.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials by F. R. Fickett (auth.), R. P. Reed, A. F. Clark (eds.)