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Subjects:

  • Electricity, magnetism & electromagnetism,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Material Science,
  • Superconductors & Superconductivity,
  • Science,
  • Applied superconductivity,
  • Critical current density,
  • Electromagnetic property,
  • Flux pinning,
  • Technology / Material Science

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages517
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9058003M
ISBN 103540445145
ISBN 109783540445142

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The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed for artificial Nb pins in Nb-Ti, etc. are introduced for the pinning . The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed for artificial Nb pins in Nb-Ti, etc., are introduced for the pinning . The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB 2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed. Deals with the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-temperature and MgB2 superconductors. This book helps readers learn why the resultant loss is .

The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed for artificial Nb pins in Nb-Ti, etc. are.   The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed for artificial Nb pins in Nb-Ti, etc. are Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. superconductors is one order of magnitude smaller than that in Y, even if the flux pinning strength in Bi is improved up to the level of Y It is concluded that these two factors are equally important in determination of the flux pinning characteristics at high temperatures. INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB. reduced form at the back of the book. Magnetic flux motion and flux pinning in superconductors by Steven C. Sanders A Dissertation Submitted to the and magnetic flux is expelled from the interior of the sample (perfect diamagnetism). The latter phenomenon, known as the Meissner effect [Meissner, ], is observed when Author: Steven C. Sanders.

Flux Pinning In Superconductors by Matsushita, Teruo The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The book covers the flux pinning mechanisms and properties and the electromagnetic phenomena caused by the flux pinning common for metallic, high-Tc and MgB2 superconductors. The condensation energy interaction known for normal precipitates or grain boundaries and the kinetic energy interaction proposed for artificial Nb pins in Nb-Ti, etc. are introduced for the Author: Teruo Matsushita. Flux pinning is the phenomenon where a superconductor is pinned in space above a magnet. The superconductor must be a type-II superconductor because type-I superconductors cannot be penetrated by magnetic fields. Some type-I superconductors can experience the effects of flux pinning if they are thin enough. If the material's thickness is comparable to the London .