LIST OF TABLES

ES.1

U.S. Competitiveness in Power Applications (High Tc Wire Technology)
ES.2 U.S. Competitiveness in Power Applications (Systems Technology)

1.1 Achievements of the DOE Power Applications Program

2.1 Highlights For Superconducting Electric Power Components
2.2 High Temperature Superconducting Wire Performance Requirements
2.3 Comparison of Superconducting Electric Power Applications to Conventional Technologies

3.1 Sumitomo/TEPCO Cable Prototype
3.2 Sumitomo/TEPCO HTS Conductor
3.3 Furukawa/TEPCO 50 m Conductor
3.4 Power Transformer Market
3.5 Major HTS Transformer Players
3.6 Characteristics of an HTS Transformer's Strands and Winding Sequence
3.7 Transformer Design Parameters (Fuji)
3.8 Transformer Characteristics (Fuji)

4.1 Manufacturers, Types, and Applications of HTS Leads in Japan and Germany
4.2 Typical Specifications, Toshiba Cryogen-Free Superconducting Magnets

5.1 Government funding sources for HTS conductor development in Japan, FY96
5.2 Funding for HTS Conductor Development in Germany, FY96
5.3 Present State of the Art for HTS Conductors - Japan
5.4 Present State of the Art for HTS Conductors - Germany
5.5 Present State of the Art for HTS Conductors - United States

6.1 Comparison of U.S. and Japanese R&D Efforts and Sponsors
6.2 Low Tc Conductors, Applications, and Manufacturers in Japan


Published: September 1997; WTEC Hyper-Librarian