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The Pinning and Motion of Flux Vortices
Microstructural Issues Concerning the Critical Current Properties
Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage SMES Application in Japan
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a-axis annealing Appl applied BiSrCaCuO BSCCO buffer layer c-axis c-axis oriented characteristics composition cooling critical current density curves decreases deposition doped effect electrical resistivity electron energy epitaxial EXPERIMENTAL fabricated Fig.l Figure flux creep flux pinning frequency grain boundaries grown growth heat high-Tc increasing irreversibility line Japan ABSTRACT Jc values Josephson Josephson effect junction KEY WORDS laser lattice lattice constant Lett magnetic field materials measured melt metal method microstructure microwave observed obtained oxide superconductors oxygen oxygen content parameters particles peak phase phonon Phys Physica plane powder prepared pressure ratio resonator RESULTS AND DISCUSSION RHEED room temperature sample shown in Fig shows single crystals sintered specimens spectra sputtering structure substrate superconducting superconducting properties superconducting transition superlattices surface resistance Tanaka tape temperature dependence thermal thin films Tokyo voltage wire X-ray diffraction XRD patterns YBaCuO YBCO YBCO films