By H. Kumakura, T. Hasegawa, H. Kobayashi, H. Kitaguchi, K. Togano, H. Maeda (auth.), Richard P. Reed, Fred R. Fickett, Leonard T. Summers, M. Stieg (eds.)
Superconductors: High-Temperature Superconductors: homes. High-Temperature Superconductors: Processing. High-Temperature Superconductors: functions. High-Temperature Superconductors: movies and units. Cryconductors and Stabilizers. Low-Temperature Superconductors: AC Loss. Low-Temperature Superconductors: balance. Cryocooler fabrics. Cryoconductors. Low-Temperature Superconductors NbTi. Low-Temperature Superconductors: A15 Compounds. Structural fabrics: Nonmetallic Composites: houses and Radiation Resistance. Resins: homes and Radiation Resistance. Austenitic Steels: homes and Magnetic box results. Nickel-Base Alloys: homes. Aluminum Alloys: homes. specific Low-Temperature Mechanical-Property Phenomena. Coil Pack, Divertor, and Diode fabrics and Analyses. 183 articles. Index.
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This means that the mechanical polishing has not so damaged the specimens as to Iimit current flow totally to the intragranular regions of size d (= approx. IO f11I1 in our case). The cracking from polishing presumably creates regions of an interme:ilate size dc. 13 Calling these Jet and Jc,g respectively, and assuming approximately equal lateral dimensions and no anisotropy in the ab-plane, the Bean model predicts that the net magnetization (in emu/cc) is given byl3 (I) with J in Afcm2 and d in cm.
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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Volume 40, Part A by H. Kumakura, T. Hasegawa, H. Kobayashi, H. Kitaguchi, K. Togano, H. Maeda (auth.), Richard P. Reed, Fred R. Fickett, Leonard T. Summers, M. Stieg (eds.)