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A team of physicists at the Technical University of Munich has developed a coil made of superconducting wires that can transmit power of more than five kilowatts contactless without major losses. © Christoph Utschick/Würth Elektronik eiSos

 
12.04.21 – On our own behalf - Wire

On our own behalf - Wire

Week 14/2021 in retrospect

Here, we present you the top articles from our four categories. This week, the most read one comes from the category „Research & Development“. Von  Daniel Keienburg
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06.04.21 – On our own behalf - Wire

On our own behalf - Wire

Week 13/2021 in retrospect

Here, we present you the top articles from our four categories. This week, the most read one comes from the category „Reports“. Von  Daniel Keienburg
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A team of physicists at the Technical University of Munich has developed a coil made of superconducting wires that can transmit power of more than five kilowatts contactless without major losses. © Christoph Utschick/Würth Elektronik eiSos

 
22.03.21 – On our own behalf - Wire

On our own behalf - Wire

Week 11/2021 in retrospect

Here, we present you the top articles from our four categories. This week, the most read one comes from the category „Research + Development“. Von  Daniel Keienburg
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A team of physicists at the Technical University of Munich has developed a coil made of superconducting wires that can transmit power of more than five kilowatts contactless without major losses. © Christoph Utschick/Würth Elektronik eiSos

 
15.03.21 – Coil with superconducting wires

Coil with superconducting wires

Contactless power transmission in the kilowatt range

A team led by Technical University of Munich (TUM) physicists Christoph Utschick and Prof. Rudolf Gross has succeeded in making a coil with superconducting ... Von  Jörg Dambock