Engineering Superconductivity features fifty articles selected from the Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the one truly indispensable reference for electrical engineers. Superconductor technology has made highly advanced experiments possible in chemistry, biochemistry, particle physics, and health sciences, and introduced new applications currently in use in fields from medicine to cellular communications. Taken together, these articles–written by acknowledged experts in the field–provide the most complete and in–depth accounting of superconductivity in existence. The book brings together a wealth of information that would not be available to those who do not have access to the full 24–volume encyclopedia. The entire encyclopedia is available online–visit [external URL] for more information.
This thorough survey looks at the application of superconductors from an engineer′s practical perspective rather than a theoretical approach. Engineering Superconductivity provides full coverage of the fundamentals of superconducting behavior and explains the properties and fabrication methods of commercially produced superconductors. Up–to–date material on superconductor applications as well as competing technologies is included. The fifty articles presented here are divided into three sections:
∗ Superconductivity and magnetism
∗ Applications and related technology
Engineering Superconductivity is a complete and up–to–date reference for engineers, physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and anyone working with superconductors.
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