The Normal Zone Propagation Velocity, NZPV, is a widely studied feature in superconducting composite tapes for its technological implications. The stability features and the NZPV values, in different operative conditions, have been investigated in different second generation high critical temperature superconductor tapes. In particular, we focused our studies on tapes, produced by the manufactures SuNAM© and Superpower©. Experimental procedures on the determination of the NZPV, related problems and peculiarities, have been presented and discussed. Data obtained with our experimental configuration, have been analyzed and compared with a phenomenological model.

Quench propagation in commercial REBCO composite tapes

D'Agostino D.;Celentano G.;
2020

Abstract

The Normal Zone Propagation Velocity, NZPV, is a widely studied feature in superconducting composite tapes for its technological implications. The stability features and the NZPV values, in different operative conditions, have been investigated in different second generation high critical temperature superconductor tapes. In particular, we focused our studies on tapes, produced by the manufactures SuNAM© and Superpower©. Experimental procedures on the determination of the NZPV, related problems and peculiarities, have been presented and discussed. Data obtained with our experimental configuration, have been analyzed and compared with a phenomenological model.
HTS tape
Normal zone propagation velocity
Quench
Superconductivity
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