Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

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Author: Donald M. Ginsberg
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9789810201241
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Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii by Donald M. Ginsberg


Original Title: Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

Since the publication of Physical Properties of High Temperature Superconductors I, research in the field of high temperature superconductivity has continued at a rapid pace. Volume II will contain chapters on some of the major areas of activity which were not covered extensively in Volume I: structure, microstructure, thermodynamics, oxygen stoichiometry effects, nuclear magnetic and quadrupole resonance, Hall effect, electronic structure, and the pairing state. Like Volume I, it will present authoritative and comprehensive reviews written by recognized experts in the field. This book should be useful to all students, scientists, and engineers who desire to know more about high temperature superconductivity.

High Temperature Superconductivity 2

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Author: A. V. Narlikar
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540406396
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High Temperature Superconductivity 2 by A. V. Narlikar


Original Title: High Temperature Superconductivity 2

In contrast to research on the fundamental mechanisms of High-Temperature Superconductivity, in recent years we have seen enormous developments in the fabrication and application of High-Tc-superconductors. The two volumes of High Temperature Superconductivity provide a survey of the state of the technology and engineering applications of these materials. They comprise extended original research papers and technical review articles written by physicists, chemists, materials scientists and engineers, all of them noted experts in their fields. The interdisciplinary and strictly application-oriented coverage should benefit graduate students and academic researchers in the mentioned areas as well as industrial experts. Volume 1 "Materials" focuses on major technical advancements in High-Tc materials processing for applications. Volume 2 "Engineering Applications" covers numerous application areas where High-Tc superconductors are making tremendous impact.

Physics And Materials Science Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

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Author: R. Kossowsky
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9401124620
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Physics And Materials Science Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii by R. Kossowsky


Original Title: Physics And Materials Science Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

Physics and Materials Science of High Temperature Superconductors, II represents the results of a fruitful dialogue between physicists and materials scientists which took place under the auspices of a NATO Advanced Study Institute in Porto Carras, Greece, between 18 and 31 August, 1991. It builds on and carries forward the success of NATO ASI 181 published in 1990. The theoretical side of the discussions reveal the basic premise of the phenomenological and Ginzburg-Landau theories of superconductivity, the implications of short coherence length, long penetration depth, the melting of flux lattices, and other matters, while the materials science includes discussions of microstructures, local inhomogeneities, deviations from ideal chemistry, the effects of systematic errors in materials preparation, the definition of imperfections, and the utilization of common materials analysis techniques. The reader will be made aware of the potential significance of Angstrom scale structural and chemical details, and the need to consider basic theoretical concepts when designing procedures to process viable, solid conductors, specifically the effects of oxygen stoichiometry and deviations from it, as well as the microstructural demands on pinning in the light of very short coherence lengths.

High Temperature Superconductivity 2

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Author: Anant V. Narlikar
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3662077647
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High Temperature Superconductivity 2 by Anant V. Narlikar


Original Title: High Temperature Superconductivity 2

In contrast to research on the fundamental mechanisms of High-Temperature Superconductivity, in recent years we have seen enormous developments in the fabrication and application of High-Tc-superconductors. The two volumes of High Temperature Superconductivity provide a survey of the state of the technology and engineering applications of these materials. They comprise extended original research papers and technical review articles written by physicists, chemists, materials scientists and engineers, all of them noted experts in their fields. The interdisciplinary and strictly application-oriented coverage should benefit graduate students and academic researchers in the mentioned areas as well as industrial experts. Volume 1 "Materials" focuses on major technical advancements in High-Tc materials processing for applications. Volume 2 "Engineering Applications" covers numerous application areas where High-Tc superconductors are making tremendous impact.

Melt Processed High Temperature Superconductors

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Author: Masato Murakami
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814505005
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Melt Processed High Temperature Superconductors by Masato Murakami


Original Title: Melt Processed High Temperature Superconductors

The achievement of large critical currents is critical to the applications of high-temperature superconductors. Recent developments have shown that melt processing is suitable for producing high Jc oxide superconductors. Using magnetic forces between such high Jc oxide superconductors and magnets, a person could be levitated. This book has grown largely out of research works on melt processing of high-temperature superconductors conducted at ISTEC Superconductivity Research Laboratory. The chapters build on melt processing, microstructural characterization, fundamentals of flux pinning, critical current, and applications of bulk monolithic superconductors. The text also describes the basic mechanism of levitation and its application. This book will be useful for research workers, engineers, and graduate students in the field of superconductivity. List of Authors: H Fujimoto, S Gotoh, T Izumi; N Koshizuka, K Miya, M Murakami, N Nakamura, Y Nakamura, Y Shiohara, H Takaichi, T Taguchi, M Uesaka, H W Weber, K Yamaguchi. Contents: IntroductionPhase Diagram of the Y-Ba-Cu-O SystemMelt ProcessingCrystal GrowthMicrostructureMagnetic Properties I: DC MagnetizationMagnetic Properties II: AC MagnetizationMagneto-Optical ObservationCritical CurrentFlux Pinning IFlux Pinning II: Y2BaCuO5 InclusionFlux Pinning III: Fast Neutron IrradiationFlux Creep and Irreversibility LineLevitation and SuspensionFracture ToughnessApplication I: Levitation and SuspensionApplications II: Magnetic Bearing and FlywheelApplication III: Permanent MagnetAppendix: Electromagnetic Units Readership: Materials scientists, experimental physicists, chemists, ceramists and engineers. keywords:

Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors I

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Author: D M Ginsberg
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814579572
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Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors I by D M Ginsberg


Original Title: Physical Properties Of High Temperature Superconductors I

While a great effort has been made to discover new high temperature superconductors, a large-scale, parallel effort has been made to determine the fundamental properties of these fascinating new materials. This is perhaps one of the best books in the field describing these vital properties in an organized and comprehensive manner. The authors are well known for their creative and powerful research on the new superconductors. This volume will be a useful reference for research workers and for graduate students. A subject index is also included for the user's convenience. Contents:Introduction, History, and Overview of High Temperature Superconductivity (D M Ginsberg)Thermodynamic Properties, Fluctuations, and Anisotropy of High Temperative Superconductors (M B Salamon)Macroscopic Magnetic Properties of High Temperature Superconductors (A P Malozemoff)Neutron Scattering Studies of Structural and Magnetic Excitations in Lamellar Copper Oxides — A Review (R J Birgeneau & G Shirane)Normal State Transport and Elastic Properties of High-Tc Materials and Related Compounds (P B Allen, Z Fisk & A Migliori)Rare Earth and Other Substitutions in High Temperature Oxide Superconductors (J T Markert, Y Dalichaouch & M B Maple)Infrared Properties of High-Tc Superconductors (T Timusk & D B Tanner)Raman Scattering in High-Tc Superconductors (C Thomsen & M Cardona) Readership: Experimental and theoretical physicists, material scientists and chemists. Keywords:Superconductivity;Anisotropy;Magnetic Structure;Neutron Scattering;Elastic Properties;Substitutions;Infrared;Raman Scattering;Thermodynamics;Critical FluctuationsReview: “… reviews of the type presented in this book are very valuable since they summarize the state of the art in certain subjects and in particular, present a comprehensive collection of published work in the reference sections.” Cryogenics

Electrodynamics Of High Temperature Superconductors

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Author: Alan M. Portis
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9789810212483
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Electrodynamics Of High Temperature Superconductors by Alan M. Portis


Original Title: Electrodynamics Of High Temperature Superconductors

These lectures are concerned with the application of high temperature superconductors to both passive and active high-frequency devices.The central issue addressed is the electrodynamics of granular superconductors, particularly where grain boundaries (either natural or synthetic) act as Josephson weak-links. Grain boundaries are responsible for residual dissipation and for unwanted dependence of the electromagnetic properties on ambient magnetic fields and on elevated power level. Properly controlled, similar weak-links are the key to high sensitivity dc and rf SQUIDS at readily accessible temperatures, and to modulators, mixers and detectors. Such structures may conveniently lead to superconductive electronic devices as well as coherent sources of radiation in the very far infrared.

Engineer S Guide To High Temperature Superconductivity

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Author: James D. Doss
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
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Engineer S Guide To High Temperature Superconductivity by James D. Doss


Original Title: Engineer S Guide To High Temperature Superconductivity

This book is a practical guide to superconductors, including the new generation of high-temperature superconductors, and a variety of applications. It provides a short history of superconductivity, before going on to discuss superconducting phenomena, including type I and type II superconductors, and high-temperature superconductivity, including bismuth- and thallium-based superconductors and the YBaCuo ceramic and its rare-earth counterparts. The author also addresses engineering applications, cryogenic temperature measurement, and safety. Extensive references and appendices are also included.

High Temperature Superconductors

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Author: Ajay Kumar Saxena
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642284817
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High Temperature Superconductors by Ajay Kumar Saxena


Original Title: High Temperature Superconductors

This book presents the current knowledge about superconductivity in high Tc cuprate superconductors. There is a large scientific interest and great potential for technological applications. The book discusses all the aspects related to all families of cuprate superconductors discovered so far. Beginning with the phenomenon of superconductivity, the book covers: the structure of cuprate HTSCs, critical currents, flux pinning, synthesis of HTSCs, proximity effect and SQUIDs, possible applications of high Tc superconductors and theories of superconductivity. Though a high Tc theory is still awaited, this book describes the present scenario and BCS and RVB theories. The second edition was significantly extended by including film-substrate lattice matching and buffer layer considerations in thin film HTSCs, brick-wall microstructure in the epitaxial films, electronic structure of the CuO2 layer in cuprates, s-wave and d-wave coupling in HTSCs and possible scenarios of theories of high Tc superconductivity.

Microstructures And Related Studies Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

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Author: A. V. Narlikar
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
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Microstructures And Related Studies Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii by A. V. Narlikar


Original Title: Microstructures And Related Studies Of High Temperature Superconductors Ii

The focus of this volume is the microstructures and related aspects of HTS and thus it forms the sequel (or the Part-II) to the earlier Volume 28 of the book series, which also had the microstructures as its mainstay. The chapters comprising the present volume bring out a host of fresh insights into the growth morphology, defect structures and the structure property relationships in various HTS systems. Closely related to the problem of microstructures is the important issue of the damage mechanics involved in the sample processing, which also forms one of the chapters of this volume. Given its interdisciplinary premise that 'Studies of High Temperature Superconductors: is aimed at professional scientists and engineers, as well as graduate students of physics, chemistry, materials science, solid state electronics and engineering'.

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