Products/Services for High Temperature Material Superconductor
No Image AvailableSuperconductors and Superconducting Materials - (20 companies)...at room temperature, the strong coupling between their electrons and lattice structure explains their lack of superconductivity. Other elements, such as lithium, can become Type 1 superconductors with the application of high levels of pressure... Learn More
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Product News for High Temperature Material Superconductor
MINTEQ® International Inc, Pyrogenics Group
Custom High Temperature Material Processing capabilities. Our multi-building complex, houses a variety of sophisticated equipment including two large high-temperature furnaces capable of processing part dimensions up to 42" long (107 cm), and widths up to 15" wide (38 cm) with temperatures up to 2300 °C. Two additional medium-sized furnaces are available for toll processing. Controllable furnace atmospheres include vacuum, inert gas, reducing gases, and gas mixtures. We use our small pilot furnaces for defining optimum process parameters... (read more)
Munson Machinery Company, Inc.
High Intensity Blender for High Temperatures blending or coating. Injection ports are available for large additions of high- and low-viscosity liquids. Homogeneous blends can be achieved in 15 to 60 seconds residence time depending on material characteristics. . The blender and motor are mounted on a common support base. The standard blender drive is a multiple “V ” belt and sheave arrangement. Agitator speeds can be varied to 3600 RPM depending on application. Optional gear-reduced drives and/or HD... (read more)
Wellman Furnaces, Inc.
Heat liquids and gases to high temperatures Radiant Coil Furnaces are ideal for the process heating of liquids and gases to high temperatures over a wide range of operating pressures, where the combination temperature and pressure make heating techniques practical. Wellman has designed and built numerous Radiant Coil Furnaces for many different applications including: • Heating air at 550 psig to 1700 °F. • Heating a mixture of natural gas and steam to 1000 °F at 3100 psig. • Heating an acid to 1400 °F (760... (read more)
Miyaki USA, Inc.
Prevent Melting & Scuffing at High Temperatures electrode, electricity passes in electrolysis solution. The oxygen made by electrolysis of water will adhere on the surface of aluminum rapidly, and it will make the film of an aluminum oxide. In this process, the surface of the aluminum is penetrated, and an oxide cell or a layer grows unevenly. Cells of anodic oxidation film are high density of hexagon. Molybdenum disulfide improves on lubrication and sustains lower friction even at higher temperature of 300 Celsius (6 intervals of 10 min... (read more)
FLEXIM AMERICAS Corp.
Flow Meter for High Temperatures FLEXIM's WaveInjector® has been specially engineered for high-temperature flow measurement applications. Using patented technology, the WaveInjector thermally separates the ultrasonic transducers from the hot pipe, allowing measurement at temperatures up to 400°. The ultrasonic transducers are simply clamped to the outer surface of the pipe, using coupling plates for acoustic contact. Once installed, the ultrasonic flow transducers do not suffer wear and tear from the process fluid... (read more)
ALTAFLO LAUNCHES NEW HIGH PURITY MATERIAL Altaflo has recently added a new high purity material to its product offering. MFA (perfluoro methyl alkoxy) is a co-polymer of terafluoroethylene and perfluoromethyl vinyl. MFA tubing is similar in characteristics to PFA tubing but with higher purity levels and greater surface smoothness over conventional PFA materials. The extremely smooth, slick surface of MFA tubing allows for quick & easy clean out of paint or other substances that may get caught up in the rougher surfaces of other... (read more)
Miyaki USA, Inc.
Sustains lower friction even at high temperatures of an aluminum oxide. In this process, the surface of the aluminum is penetrated, and an oxide cell or a layer grows unevenly. Cells of anodic oxidation film are high density of hexagon. Molybdenum disulfide improves on lubrication and sustains lower friction even at higher temperature of 300 Celsius (6 intervals of 10 min. heating). Kashima Coat can also prevent melting and scuffing in high-temperature automotive applications such as engine pistons. > > > What are Anodizing1 < < <. >... (read more)
Can-Do National Tape
Ultra High Molecular Weight Material Ultra high molecular weight film tapes have a low coefficient of friction and are wear resistant. They may be used to replace PTFE, and they provide a smooth surface. They allow material to glide, without friction, and may line shutes in certain production processes. Other applications include the base of skis and snowboards. Thickness: 5-20 mil. Width: custom slit. Length: 18-36 yards (read more)
Seals for High-Temperatures (Dryer, Oven)... Ultrafab Specialty Products' brush based seals for high-temperature applications such as dryers & ovens provide a longer lifecycle, higher quality adhesion, and stronger bond strength. UL 94-V2 fire-rated. Ultrafab's unique bonding processes can be used to provide higher quality adhesion, stronger bond strength and longer cycle life than high temperature felt dryer seals that use adhesives applied directly to the felt alone. During cycling the adhesive bond between the felt and support... (read more)
Purolator Facet, Inc.
Poromet® elements for high-temperatures/pressures for high-temperature and high-corrosion applications. They are superior-quality filters whose performance exceeds every other competitive element. Poromet ® elements are designed to lower your costs by providing on-stream life and years of trouble-free service. In addition, Poromet ® elements are easily cleaned, eliminating growing disposal costs. Private labeling is an option. (read more)
...constructed of non-volatile materials, vacuum baked, processed to extract contaminants, and then sealed. Remedies for high motor temperatures include limiting power to the motor, and fabricating the motor with high temperature materials. A thermocouple or RTD (resistance thermometer device) can...
...excellent thermal conductivity, high shear strength, excellent abrasion resistance, high-temperature operation, nonflammability, minimal attack by fuels and solvents, and the ability to be formed and treated on conventional equipment. Aluminum MMCs are produced by casting, powder metallurgy, in situ...
...were drawn. The transmission losses are found to be less than 1.0 dB m21,. orders of magnitude lower than those of the intrinsic fibre. material, thus demonstrating that low attenuation can be achieved. through structural design rather than high-transparency. material selection. Silica optical...
...coefficient of thermal expansion and high thermal conductivity include superconductors, substrates, magnets, capacitors, and transducers. Advanced ceramics are differentiated from traditional ceramics such as brick and porcelain by their higher strength, higher operating temperatures, improved...
superconductors with a vacuum for insu-. But some newer techniques and chemistries have developed such things. lation, or at least we are venturing into currently impractical materials. as foamed, wrapped or expanded tape high temperature dielectrics. All. of these reduce the dielectric constant...
...boundaries in polycrystal ine. materials. Texture. Many material properties are anisotropic at the level of. individual grains. A prime example is the high temperature. superconductor Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8. Single crystals of this. material show electrical conductivity 104 times stronger along. the c-axis...
...four orders of magnitude larger than those of high Tc. superconductors. The temperature dependence of all. samples is semiconducting and does not show a. 450 460 470 480 490 500 510 520. superconducting above 2 K. Wavelength [nm]. Fig.2 Luminescence spectra of ablation plums. 4. Conclusions...
...the material becomes a "superconductor" with no significant resistance. Increasing the temperature (typically) increases resistance. The temperature coefficient of resistance (TCR) of wire or a resistor relates the change in resistance to the change in temperature. It is usually expressed as "parts...
Engineering Web Search: High Temperature Material Superconductor
Superconductivity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A magnet levitating above a high-temperature superconductor, cooled with liquid nitrogen.
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"Understanding how superconductivity arises in these high-temperature superconductors is one of the biggest unsolved problems in condensed matter
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PSFC/JA-99-13 Options for the Use of High Temperature Superconductor in Tokamak Fusion Reactor Designs L. Bromberg and M. Tekula* May 1999 Plasma
So, researchers had not considered them as possible high-temperature superconductor candidates.
08.16.2004 - Vibrations in crystal lattice plays big role in...
A ceramic high temperature superconductor is actually a very poor metal, almost an insulator, at room temperature because electrons interact only
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BNL Newsroom | Magnetic Measurements Question Assumptions...
UPTON, NY ? Conquering one of the biggest challenges in the study of high-temperature (high-Tc) superconductors, scientists at the U.S. Department of
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Energy Programs | News Story
increase the amount of electric current carried by a high-temperature superconductor, a material that conducts electricity with no resistance.
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Cornell Chronicle: Superconductor evolution
High-temperature superconductivity starts with nanoscale electronic oases