Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the International Cryogenic Materials Conference - Icmc, Volume 48, Madison, Wisconsin, USA 16-20, July 2001: v. 48

All papers have been peer reviewed. The International Cryogenic Materials Conference covers the development and properties of insulation and structural materials used to construct cryogenic devices and for cryogenic applications. It also deals with the study of low and high temperature superconducting materials that are used in wire form for conductor applications such as cables for high field magnets, motors, transmission lines, transformers,and fault current limiters, for thin film applications in electronic devices, and bulk form for levitation and applications. One session was devoted to the new magnesium boride (MgB2) superconductors.