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If we put an emf equal constant onto a superconductor loop(we consider the resister of emf equal zero), then what is the maximum of current in the loop?
A superconductor loop is a closed circuit made of a superconducting material, which is a material that can conduct electricity with zero resistance when cooled below a certain temperature.
The maximum current that can flow through a superconductor loop is determined by the critical current, which is the maximum amount of current that a superconductor can carry without losing its superconducting properties.
The maximum current in a superconductor loop is determined by the critical current density of the superconducting material and the size and shape of the loop. The critical current density is a characteristic of the material and can be measured experimentally.
Yes, the maximum current in a superconductor loop can be increased by using materials with higher critical current densities or by optimizing the size and shape of the loop. Additionally, advancements in superconducting technology may lead to higher critical current densities in the future.
Superconductor loops are used in a variety of applications, including MRI machines, particle accelerators, and high-speed trains. They are also being researched for use in energy storage and transmission systems due to their ability to carry large currents without energy loss.