High Temperature Ceramic Superconductors
Quarterly progress rept. no. 6, 1 Apr-30 Jun 1990
GENERAL ATOMICS SAN DIEGO CA
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This is the sixth quarterly progress report on the work performed in the period from April 1, 1990 through June 30, 1990 on Office of Naval Research ONR Contract N00014-88-C-0714, entitled High-Temperature Ceramic Superconductors. The principal objectives of this program are 1 to demonstrate fabrication of high-temperature ceramic superconductors that can operate at or above 90 K with appropriate current density, Jc, in forms useful for application in resonant cavities, magnets, motors, sensors, computers, and other devices and 2 to fabricate and demonstrate selected components made of these materials, including microwave cavities and magnetic shields.
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