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A NEW PRINCIPLE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STABILIZED SUPERCONDUCTING COILS
1.The work reported here has been jointly sponsored by the Avco Corporation and a group of twelve electric utilities: American Electric Power Company and its subsidiaries (Appalachian Power Company, Indiana and Michigan Electric Company, Kentucky Power Company, and Ohio Power Company), Boston Edison Company, The Dayton Power and Light Company, Illinois Power Company, Indianapolis Power and Light Company, Kansas City Power and Light Company, Louisville Gas and Electric Company, Union Electric Company, and The United Illuminating Company‐with American Electric Power Service Corporation acting as agent for the group.
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8.Construction and experimental details will be published in a separate paper.
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