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First Cold Powering Test of REBCO Roebel Wound Coil for the EuCARD2 Future Magnet Development Project. / Kirby, Glyn A.; Van Nugteren, Jeroen; Bajas, H.; Benda, V.; Ballarino, A.; Bajko, M.; Bottura, Luca; Broekens, K.; Canale, M.; Chiuchiolo, A.; Gentini, L.; Peray, N.; Perez, Juan Carlos; De Rijk, Gijs; Rijllart, Adriaan; Rossi, Lucio; Murtomaeki, J.; Mazet, Jacky; Pincot, Francois Olivier; Volpini, Giovanni; Durante, Maria; Fazilleau, P.; Lorin, Clement; Stenvall, A.; Goldacker, Wilfried; Kario, Anna; Usoskin, Alexander.

In: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, Vol. 27, No. 4, 4003307, 01.06.2017.

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Kirby, GA, Van Nugteren, J, Bajas, H, Benda, V, Ballarino, A, Bajko, M, Bottura, L, Broekens, K, Canale, M, Chiuchiolo, A, Gentini, L, Peray, N, Perez, JC, De Rijk, G, Rijllart, A, Rossi, L, Murtomaeki, J, Mazet, J, Pincot, FO, Volpini, G, Durante, M, Fazilleau, P, Lorin, C, Stenvall, A, Goldacker, W, Kario, A & Usoskin, A 2017, 'First Cold Powering Test of REBCO Roebel Wound Coil for the EuCARD2 Future Magnet Development Project', IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, vol. 27, no. 4, 4003307. https://doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2017.2653204

APA

Kirby, G. A., Van Nugteren, J., Bajas, H., Benda, V., Ballarino, A., Bajko, M., ... Usoskin, A. (2017). First Cold Powering Test of REBCO Roebel Wound Coil for the EuCARD2 Future Magnet Development Project. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity, 27(4), [4003307]. https://doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2017.2653204

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Kirby GA, Van Nugteren J, Bajas H, Benda V, Ballarino A, Bajko M et al. First Cold Powering Test of REBCO Roebel Wound Coil for the EuCARD2 Future Magnet Development Project. IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. 2017 Jun 1;27(4). 4003307. https://doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2017.2653204

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Kirby, Glyn A. ; Van Nugteren, Jeroen ; Bajas, H. ; Benda, V. ; Ballarino, A. ; Bajko, M. ; Bottura, Luca ; Broekens, K. ; Canale, M. ; Chiuchiolo, A. ; Gentini, L. ; Peray, N. ; Perez, Juan Carlos ; De Rijk, Gijs ; Rijllart, Adriaan ; Rossi, Lucio ; Murtomaeki, J. ; Mazet, Jacky ; Pincot, Francois Olivier ; Volpini, Giovanni ; Durante, Maria ; Fazilleau, P. ; Lorin, Clement ; Stenvall, A. ; Goldacker, Wilfried ; Kario, Anna ; Usoskin, Alexander. / First Cold Powering Test of REBCO Roebel Wound Coil for the EuCARD2 Future Magnet Development Project. In: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. 2017 ; Vol. 27, No. 4.

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