Dielectrics for high temperature superconducting applications
After the discovery of high temperature superconductor in 1986, the interest in the power applications of superconducting has increased dramatically. With a number of successful in-field installations around the world, this technology promises great improvements in compactness, capability and efficiency of power systems. The development of HTS apparatus requires thermally stable, mechanically compatible and electrically efficient dielectrics. In addition, cryogenic dielectric materials must have high breakdown strength to withstand operating voltage as well as survive fault conditions.
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