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Items where Division is "Faculties (pre 2011 reorg) > Faculty of Engineering Science & Maths (pre 2011 reorg) > Engineering Sciences (pre 2011 reorg) > Thermofluids and Superconductivity (pre 2011 reorg)" and Year is 2009

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Non-isothermal modelling of the all-vanadium redox flow battery - H. Al-Fetlawi, A.A. Shah and F.C. Walsh
Type: Article | 2009

The Design of a Lightweight HTS Synchronous Generator Cooled by Subcooled Liquid Nitrogen - W.O.S Bailey, M. Al-Mosawi, Yifeng Yang, K. Goddard and C. Beduz
Type: Article | 2009 | Item not available on this server.

Development of a large bore superconducting magnet with narrow liquid helium channels - Yinming Dai, Qiulang Wang, Housheng Wang, Shousen Song, Baozhi Zhao, Shunzhong Chen and Yifeng Yang
Type: Article | 2009

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Type: Article | 2009 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2009

Performance test of a 100 kW HTS generator operating at 67 K–77 K - Huaming Wen, W. Bailey, K. Goddard, M. Al-Mosawi, C. Beduz and Yifeng Yang
Type: Article | 2009 | Item availability restricted.

Power switches utilizing superconducting material for accelerator magnets - Yifeng Yang, Stephen A. March and Amalia Ballarino
Type: Article | 2009 | Item not available on this server.

Quench characteristics of a stabilizer-free 2G HTS conductor - E.A. Young, C.M. Friend and Yifeng Yang
Type: Article | 2009

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