Advances in superconductivity VI: proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS '93), October 26-29, 1993, Hiroshima, Volume 1
Toshizō Fujita, Yuh Shiohara
Springer-Verlag, 1994 - Science - 1352 pages
The past decade has seen breathtaking progress in the field of superconductivity science and technology, and the results reaped in the latest harvest of scientific papers show that efforts have continued to intensify in a variety of adjacent fields.
This two-volume work, which comprises the proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Superconductivity (ISS '93) held October 26 through 29, 1993 in Hiroshima, Japan, provides a comprehensive update of current topics in areas such as physics, chemistry, electronics, information science, biomagnetism, power applications, systems engineering, and business opportunities. These proceedings are certain to be of interest not only to the academic community but also to business professionals involved in this field.
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Contents of Volume 1
Superconducting Transport Properties and Irreversibility Fields
A Mechanism for Resistive Dissipation in Ag Sheathed Bi2Sr2CaCu208
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a-axis AC losses Advances in Superconductivity Ag-sheathed alloy annealing antenna Appl applied Bi-based BSCCO buffer layer bulk c-axis c-axis oriented cable characteristics coil composition conductor cooling critical current density crucible crystal growth decrease deposition diameter effect electrical electrical resistivity electron energy epitaxial etching EXPERIMENTAL fabricated fibers Fig.l Figure flux flux pinning frequency fullerene grain boundaries heat high-Tc high-temperature superconductor hysteresis increasing interface investigated ions Japan ABSTRACT Jc values Josephson junctions laser Lett liquid magnetic field materials measured melt metal method microstructure microwave observed obtained oxygen pattern peak perpendicular phase Phys plasma prepared pressure resistance RESULTS AND DISCUSSION sample seed crystal sheath shielding shown in Fig shows single crystal sintered sputtering SQUID structure substrate superconducting magnetic superconducting properties superconducting tape tape surface temperature dependence temperature gradient thermal thickness thin films Tokyo voltage wire X-ray diffraction YBCO films YBCO tape