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: houses. High-Temperature Superconductors: Processing. High-Temperature Superconductors: functions. High-Temperature Superconductors: motion pictures 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: homes and Radiation Resistance. Resins: homes and Radiation Resistance. Austenitic Steels: houses and Magnetic box results. Nickel-Base Alloys: homes. Aluminum Alloys: houses. distinctive Low-Temperature Mechanical-Property Phenomena. Coil Pack, Divertor, and Diode fabrics and Analyses. 183 articles. Index.
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Endo, S. Kosaka, M. Umeda, S. Misawa, S. Yoshita, and K. Kajimura, p. 493 in: "Advances in Superconductivity V," Springer-Verlag, Tokyo (1993). 14. P. P. Y. L. N. E. McHenry, Phys. Rev. B 45:7566 (1992). 23 HEAVY ION IRRADIATION OF Bi-2223 SILVER -CLAD TAPES FOR SUPERCONDUCTING CURRENT DENSITY ENHANCEMENT A. P. Malozemoff,a R. Wheeler IV,b W. L. Carter,a G. N. ,a M. A. Kirk,b L. Civalec and A. D. , Westborough MA 01581 bArgonne National Laboratory, 9700 S. , Argonne IL 60439-4838 cmM Research, Yorktown Heights NY 10598-0218 ABSTRACT Silver-clad composite tapes of ~i(Pb)SrCaCu0-2223 were irradiated with 1 GeV Au23+ ions perpendicular to the tape plane, creating columnar tracks with 10 nm diameter.
11. H. Yamasaki, K. Endo, S. Kosaka, M. Umeda, S. Misawa, S. Yoshida, andK. Kajimura, "Magnetic-field angle dependence of the critical current density in high-quality BizSrzCazCu30x thin films" IEEE Trans. Appl. Superconductivity 3:1536 (1993). 16 ANISOTROPY OF CRITICAL CURRENT IN (Bi,Pb)-Sr-Ca-Cu-0 SILVER-SHEA THED TAPES ·t M. Komatsu, t A. Nagata, * S. Kamada, * K. Sugawara, * C. Takahash1, Y. Yaegashi,t M. Nagano,t and H. Takahashit *Mining College, Akita University Akita, Japan t Applied Technology R&D Center Tohoku Electric Power Company, Inc.
Lffi accessed in this TEM study. lffi in the two samples, respectively (see further discussion of the edges below). A further significant observation concems the track diameter, which, as evident from Fig. 2, varies along its length from roughly 8 to 11 nm, with an average diameter of 10 nm. Thus we can conclude that the darnage is nonideal in two respects: First the colurnns are not perfect columns but show diameter variations even in the range where they are continuous. Second they do not penetrate through the full sample.
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.)