Neutron Irradiation Experiments on Various Nb-Ti Superconductors
During the past few years, considerable interest has been focused on the investigation of radiation damage in superconductors (Radiation Effects on Superconductivity  reviews this subject). Reactor neutron radiation has been used in the majority of experiments; it is well suited to provide information on the physical nature of radiation damage as well as on the consequences for the potential application of superconducting magnets in fusion reactors.
KeywordsCritical Current Density Neutron Fluence Titanium Concentration Flux Pinning Fast Neutron Fluence
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