The Magnetic Behavior of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7 Pellets Under a Short-term Pulsed Magnetic Field
O'Daniel, Jennifer C.
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This paper begins with an introduction to the properties and theories of superconductors, including Bean's Critical State Model. A theory of magnetic diffusion is advanced as a possible improvement of this model. The Pulsed Current Generator, a device created specifically for these experiments, is discussed. Finally a detailed description of the experimental methods and a summary of the results are given.
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