Field Penetration and Magnetization of High Temperature Superconductors
A. V. Narlikar
Nova Science Publishers, 1995 - Science - 445 pages
Visualisation of Shubnikov Phase Using the High Resolution Faraday Effect; Mechanism of microwave Absorption and Flux Distribution in High Temperature Superconductors; Field Penetration and Magnetisation of Hts; Experimental Aspects of Megnetisation Studies in Superconductors; Recent Development of the Critical State Model; Anomalous Magnetisation in Ybacuo Single Crystals; Surface Barrier and Fish Tail; Low Field Magnetic Behaviour of High Temperature Superconductors; Irreversible Part of Magnetisation Due to Flux Pinning; Irreversibility Line in High Temperature Superconductors; Non-Linear Flux Flow Regime High-Temperature Superconductors.
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MECHANISM OF MICROWAVE ABSORPTION AND FLUX
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AC susceptibility amplitude anisotropy applied field behavior BSCCO c-axis calculated Chaddah conventional superconductors corresponding critical current density Critical State Model dc field DC magnetization decreasing defects dissipation effect equation experimental external magnetic field field values Figure flux bundle flux creep flux density flux distribution flux lines flux penetration flux pinning fluxoids fluxons frequency grains harmonic high temperature superconductors higher field HTSC hysteresis cycle hysteresis loop increasing induced ions/cm2 irradiated irreversibility field irreversibility line Jc(B Jmag Lett linear Lorentz force low field magnetic hysteresis magnetisation magnetization curves magnetization measurements magnetometer mechanism Meissner microwave modulation niobium observed obtained parallel peak perpendicular Phys Physica pinning centers pinning potential pinning strength planes plot profiles region remanent sample schematically shielding currents shown in Fig signal single crystal specimen surface barrier TC(H technique temperature dependence thin films type-II superconductors unirradiated vortex vortices YBCO