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Contents: Materials Aspects of High Temperature Superconductors for Applications.- Fascinating Thallium-Based Superconducting Cuprates and Subsystems: Formation and Stability.- and more.
In contrast to research on the fundamental mechanisms of High-Temperature Superconductivity, in recent years we have seen enormous developments in the fabrication and application of High-Tc-superconductors. The two volumes of High Temperature Superconductivity provide a survey of the state of the technology and engineering applications of these materials. They comprise extended original research papers and technical review articles written by physicists, chemists, materials scientists and engineers, all of them noted experts in their fields. The interdisciplinary and strictly application-oriented coverage should benefit graduate students and academic researchers in the mentioned areas as well as industrial experts. Volume 1 "Materials" focuses on major technical advancements in High-Tc materials processing for applications. Volume 2 "Engineering Applications" covers numerous application areas where High-Tc superconductors are making tremendous impact.
Materials Aspects of High Temperature Superconductors for Applications.- Fascinating Thallium-Based Superconducting Cuprates and Subsystems: Formation and Stability.- Melt Processed RE-Ba-Cu-O Bulk Superconductors.- Coated Conductors and HTS Materials by Chemical Deposition Processes.- TIBaCaCuO Superconducting Thin Films by an Ex-SITU MOCVD Based Approach: From BaCaCuO(F) Matrices to Devices.- Hg-Based Superconducting thin Film for DC Squids by Improved Fabrication Process.- High-Tc Superconducting Conductors for AC and DC Applications.- Fabrication and Properties of AG/BI (2223) Square Wires and its Application.- Progress of High-Tc Wires and its Application.- Electrical Insulation for Superconducting Power Apparatus.- Modeling Current Flow in Granular Superconductors and Implications for Potential Applications.- Critical Current Density, Flux Pinning and Microstructure in MgB2 Superconductors.- AC Losses under Self-Field in a Superconducting Tube.