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By J. Gerhold (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, K. Ted Hartwig, Donald U. Gubser, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)

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Hence, a rigorous rationale may aim to rely strictly on highly performing solids for cryogenic high voltage insulation, and in fact. some workers in the field have advocated defect - free all - solid insulation as a kind of "Super Electrical Insulation" (SEI) without any stress in fluids or vacuum 13. Unfortunately, a homogeneous all-solid insulation without defects may be hard to achieve in superconducting equipment. Thermal contraction as well as manufacturing needs may give severe restrictions.

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