Subject: Can a standard copper core motor be replaced with superconductive wire?
Date: Tue Apr 4 09:55:25 2000
Posted by Thomas DeGenova
Grade level: 10-12
School: Holland Collage
City: Charlottetown State/Province: PEI
Area of science: Physics
Superconductors have virtually no restance to electricity, so can a copper
wound motor core be replace with superconductive wire? And if it can, at
what distance from a supercondutor is a magnet repelled (does it variey
with the power of the magnet), and can high temp. supercondutors be cooled
with hydrogen gas?
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