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Generation of a Splice Between Superconductor Materials

United States Patent Application

20170125924
A1
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Technologies are described for methods and systems to generate a splice between a first and a second piece of conductor material. The methods may comprise identifying a first overlap area for the first piece on a first conductive surface. The first piece may include the first conductive surface and a first non-conductive surface. The methods may comprise identifying a second overlap area for the second piece on a second conductive surface. The second piece may include the second conductive surface and a second non-conductive surface. The methods may comprise pre-tinning the first and second overlap areas with solder to produce first and second pre-tinned areas. The methods may comprise stacking the first and second pieces so that the first and second pre-tinned areas are in contact and applying heat to the first non-conductive surface sufficient to melt the solder and generate the splice between the first and second pieces.
Lalitha, Seetha Lakshmi (East Lansing, MI)
15/ 305,696
April 21, 2015
[0001] The present application was made with government support under contract numbers DE-ACO2-98CH 10886 and DE-SC0012704 awarded by the U.S. Department of Energy. The United States government has certain rights in the invention(s).