# Is the streaming of a superliquid through a circular tube equivalent to the current running in a circular piece of superconducting material?

When a superfluid streams endlessly through an isolated circular tube is the same mechanism at work as in the endless current moving through an isolated circular piece of superconducting material? Is the same mechanism binding the electrons (which can take many forms, for example by exchanging phonons, polarons, magnons, and other quasi-particles) as, say, $$He^3$$ atoms?