2 edition of magnetic properties of superconductors found in the catalog.
magnetic properties of superconductors
SioМ‚n Huw Lloyd
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Physics and Astronomy, Faculty of Science, 2000.
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Preface This book is designed to serve the needs of the engineering and technical communities for high-quality and comprehensive information regarding specific electrical and magnetic properties of metals. This book covers the whole field of superconductivity from both the theoretical and the experimental point of view. Comprehensive coverage of the field of superconductivity; Very up-to date on magnetic properties, fluxons, anisotropies, etc. Over references to the literature ; Long lists of data on the various types of superconductors.
Superconductivity is the set of physical properties observed in certain materials, wherein electrical resistance vanishes and from which magnetic flux fields are expelled. Any material exhibiting these properties is a superconductor. Drawn from the author's introductory course at the University of Orsay, Superconductivity of Metals and Alloys is intended to explain the basic knowledge of superconductivity for both experimentalists and theoreticians. These notes begin with an elementary discussion of magnetic properties of Type I and Type II by:
eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THIS can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader. CONTENTS Superconductors Discovery Properties Important factors Types High Tc Superconductors Magnetic Levitation and its application Josephson effect Application of superconductors General Properties of. levitation is particular stable and robust. The answer lies in the properties of type-II superconductors for an applied magnetic field between the two critical fields, Bc1 and Bc2. Earlier we said that for type-II, there is partial penetration of the magnetic field. This partial penetration is in the form of a regular arrayFile Size: KB.
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Magnetic Properties of High-Temperature Superconductors by M.R. Koblischka (Author) ISBN Author: Michael R. Koblischka. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Type I Superconductors Type II Superconductors Susceptibility Measurements Demagnetizing Effects Magnetic Properties of Superconductors - Introduction to Magnetic Materials - Wiley Online Library.
Abstract. Although initially discovered and investigated by ONNES (e.g., [Onn 11]) in the period between and as a zero-resistivity phenomenon (and ultimately exploited as such), it was soon recognized that the essential physics of superconductivity was couched in terms of electromagnetism and, in particular, in terms of the responses of superconductors to applied magnetic : E.
Collings. Applied Superconductivity, Metallurgy, and Physics of Titanium Alloys Fundamentals Alloy Superconductors: Their Metallurgical, Physical, and Magnetic-Mixed-State Properties. Authors: Collings, E.W. Free PreviewBrand: Springer US. Fundamental Properties of Superconductors.
The vanishing of the electrical resistance, the observation of ideal diamagnetism, or the appearance of quantized magnetic flux lines represent characteristic properties of superconductors that we will discuss in detail in this chapter.
Numerous properties, including thermal, electrical, magnetic, mechanical, phase diagrams, and spectroscopic crystallographic structures are presented for many types of superconductors. Critical fields, critical currents, coherence lengths, penetration depths, and.
Using a ballistic method, we have measured the magnetization curve of the superconducting alloy Au2Bi ; for a specimen built up of separate small crystals we Cited by: This book covers the whole field of superconductivity from both the theoretical and the experimental point of view.
Show less Superconductivity, 2E is an encyclopedic treatment of all aspects of the subject, from classic materials to fullerenes. Superconductivity - Superconductivity - Magnetic and electromagnetic properties of superconductors: One of the ways in which a superconductor can be forced into the normal state is by applying a magnetic field.
The Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism serves as the international forum for the most current research and ideas in these fields. This highly acclaimed journal publishes peer-reviewed original papers, conference proceedings and review articles examining all aspects of the science and technology of superconductivity, including new.
The shielding currents and internal magnetic fields characteristic of several ellipsoidal type geometric shapes are explained. Susceptibility and resistivity results are compared with each other.
Paramagnetism, Pauli-paramagnetism, and antiferromagnetism are characterized. The properties of an ideal Type II superconductor are delineated. The full text of this article hosted at is unavailable due to technical difficulties. The properties of superconducting regions localized near vacancy voids in type II superconductors in magnetic fields exceeding the second critical field are studied.
The dependence of the upper critical field H/sub c/3(R), at which such regions arise, on the void radius is found. The book discusses the fundamental principles of superconductivity; the essential features of the superconducting state-the phenomena of zero resistance and perfect diamagnetism; and the properties of the various classes of superconductors, including the organics, the buckministerfullerenes, and the precursors to the cuprates.
Covered topics are: Introduction-zero resistance, Perfect diamagnetism, Electrodynamics or The London theory,The critical magnetic field, Thermodynamics of the transition, The intermediate state, Transport currents in superconductors, The superconducting properties of small specimens, Ginzburg-Landau theory,The microscopic theory or BCS theory.Tunneling or Josephson effect.
Magnetization studies were carried out for the novel FeSe 1−x Te x superconductors (0 ≤ x ≤ 1) to investigate a behavior of the intrinsic magnetic susceptibility χ in the normal state. The magnetic susceptibility was found to increase gradually with Te content.
The temperature dependencies of the magnetic susceptibility χ and its anisotropy Δ χ = χ ∥ − χ ⊥ were measured for Cited by: 7.
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Magnetic properties are fundamental to the basic and applied properties of superconductors and constitute the critical signature of the superconducting state.
This focus issue will include aspects of modeling, experiment and theory that relate directly to magnetic properties of superconductors. These notes begin with an elementary discussion of magnetic properties of Type I and Type II superconductors.
The microscopic theory is then built up in the Bogolubov language of self-consistent fields. This text provides the classic, fundamental basis for any work in the field of by:. Magnetic properties of a melt-processed YBaCuO superconductor, 30mm × 30mm × mm, with a high critical current density at 77 K, were studied by using a microsize Hall probe with an active area.Superconductors Materials, Properties and Applications.
The book includes 17 chapters written by noted scientists and young researchers and dealing with various aspects of superconductivity, both theoretical and experimental.The Fermi-Dirac distribution function, as considered together with the model Hamiltonian, explains all the properties exhibited by superconductors.
Thus, the effect of a magnetic field on the superconducting states is studied in the by: 2.