The Use Of Superconductors In Technology And In Real Life
Technology has many advantages because the resistance of superconductors is zero. There is a huge demand for an uninterrupted power supply.
Technology has many advantages because the resistance of superconductors is zero. There is a huge demand for an uninterrupted power supply. There is only one thing - the device through which the electricity goes should be kept cool at a temperature close to zero because if we have a normal room temperature or 25 degrees Celsius, the superconductor phase of that substance will disappear. From the earliest days of the history of superconductivity, attempts have been made to discover whether an object is capable of maintaining superconductivity even at absolute temperatures. Although such things have not been seen yet.
The most common use of superconductors is to create strong magnets. Large magnetic fields can be created by sending electricity through wires made of superconductors. The electric current continues uninterrupted without getting lost. He does not need any power supply.
In medicine, MRI or magnetic resonance imaging is a device that allows us to see various parts of the body from the outside. Which is created by electromagnetic waves and strong magnetic fields. For which a huge ring superconductor is used here.
Another example is a state-of-the-art train technology invented in Japan called superconducting magnetic levitation. The train is fitted with a superconductor magnet and the rail line is lined with the necessary electrical wires. Following the laws of physics, a ball is formed on the train which floats it a little above the line in the air. This makes it possible to move the train at high speed. Which set a precedent for being the fastest train in the world. So far, many experiments are underway and it is hoped that it will soon be used for daily passenger services.