Progress in High-Temperature Superconductors

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  • 348 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The discovery of high–temperature superconductivity almost two decades ago has been hailed as one of the most exciting advancements in modern physics. However, the full impact of high–temperature superconductors (HTS) will only be realized with the success of large–scale applications. For most large–scale bulk applications of HTS, long–length flexible wires that can carry a large amount of supercurrent are required.
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Oxide Superconductors (R.J. Cava).

Influence of Ca
4 on Phase Formation and Electrical Properties of (Bi,Pb)2Sr
10/Ag Superconducting Composites (Y.C. Guo, H.K. Liu, S.X. Dou).

Influence of Undercooling and Nd4Ba2Cu2O10 Content on the Growth Rate of Large–Grain Bulk Nd–Ba–Cu–O Superconductor (N.H. Babu, W. Lo, D.A. Cardwell).

Reactive Sintering and Retrograde Densification of Bulk Bismuth–Based Superconductors (R.L. Thayer, S.R. Schmidt, S.E. Dorris, J.W. Bullard, M.T. Lanagan).

Phase Diagram Studies in the System T12O3–BaO–CaO–CuO–Ag (P.J. Majewski, A. Jalowicki, S. Kaesche, F. Aldinger).

Superplastic Deformation in Fine–Grained YBa2Cu3O7–x (J. Yun, Y.T. Chou, M.P. Harmer).

Reel–to–Reel Continuous Chemical Solution Deposition of Epitaxial Gd2O3 Buffer Layers on Biaxially Textured Metal Tapes for the Fabrication of YBa2Cu3O7–Delta Coated Conductors (T. Aytug, M.P. Paranthaman, B.W. Kang, D.B. Beach, S. Sathyamurthy, E.D. Specht, D.F. Lee, R. Feenstra, A. Goyal, D.M. Kroeger, K.J. Leonard, P.M. Martin, D.K. Christen).

Preparation of Dense MgB2 Bulk Superconductors by Spark Plasma Sintering (S.–Y. Lee, S.–I. Yoo, Y.–W. Kim, N.M. Hwang, D.–Y. Kim).

Surface–Oxidation Epitaxy Method for Critical Current Control of YBa2Cu3O7–δ Coated Conductors (K. Matsumoto, I. Hirabayshi, K. Osamura).

Control of the Sulfur C (2 x 2) Superstructure on {100}< 100> Textured Metals for RABiTS Applications (C. Cantoni, D.K. Christen, L. Heatherly, F.A. List, A. Goyal, G.W. Ownby, D.M. Zehner).

Ion–Beam–Assisted Deposition of Magnesium Oxide Films for Coated Conductors (T.P. Weber, B. Ma, U. Balachandran, M. McNallan).

Scaling–up High–Tc Tapes by MOCVD, Spray Pyrolysis, and MOD Processes (S. Beauquis, S. Donet, F. Weiss).

Towards an all Chemical Solution Coated Conductor (O. Castano, A. Cavallaro, A. Palau, J.C. Gonzalez, M. Rossell, T. Puig, F. Sandiumenge, N. Mesters, S. Pinol, X. Obradors).

An Economical Route for Production of High–Quality YSZ Buffer Layers using the ECONOTM Process (M.A. Zurbuchen, S. Sambasivan, S. Barnett, B.F. Kang, A. Goyal, P.A. Barnes, C.E. Oberly).

Latest Developments in Using Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition to Fabricate Coated Conductors (A.C. King, S.S. Shoup, M.K. White, S.L. Krebs, D.S. Mattox, T.A. Polley, N. Darnell).

Growth of YBCO Thick Films on Nd2CuO4 Buffered Substrates (X. Qi, Z. Lockman, M. Soorie, Y. Bugoslavsky, D. Caplin, J.L. MacManus–Driscoll).

Microstructural Characterization of High Jc, YBCO Thick Films Grown at very High Rates and High Temperatures (PLD by A. Berenov, N. Malde, Y. Bugoslavsky, L.F. Cohen, J.L. MacManus–Driscoll, S.J. Foltyn).

YBa2Cu3O7–δ Films Through a Flourine Free TMAP MOD Approach (Y. Xu, D. Shi, A. Goyal, M. Paranthaman, N.A. Rutter, P. Martin, D. Kroeger).

Effect of Transverse Compressive Stress on Transport Critical Current Density of Y–Ba–Cu–O Coated Ni and Ni–W RABiTS Tapes (N. Cheggour, J.W. Ekin, C.C. Clickner, R. Feenstra, A. Goyal, M. Paranthaman, N. Rutter).

Phase and Microstructure Change of High Critical Current Density TFA–MOD YBCO Coated Conductor (Y. Yamada, T. Araki, H. Kurosaki, T. Yuasa, Y. Shiohara, I. Hirabayshi, J. Shibata, Y. Ikuhara, Y. Iijima, T. Saito, T. Katoh, T. Hirayama).

Growth Kinetics and Texture of SOE NiO/Ni and Ni–Based Alloys RABiTS (Z. Lockman, X. Qi, W. Goldacker, R. Nast, B. de Boer, A. Kursumovic, R. Tomov, R. Huhne, J.E. Evetts, B.A. Glowacki, J.L. MacManus–Driscoll).

YBCO/YSZ/Hastelloy Superconducting Tapes by IBAD Magnetron Deposition (S. Gnanarajan and N. Savvides).

Growth Kinetics and Texture of (Nd,Ce)2CuO4/NiO Buffers on Ni–Based RABiTS (Z. Lockman, X. Qi, J.L. MacManus–Driscoll, W. Goldacker, R. Nast, B. deBoer, A. Kursumovic, R. Tomov, R. Huhne, J.E. Evetts, B.A. Glowacki, R. Major).

Ca–Doping of YBCO Thin Films (A. Berenov, J.L. MacManus–Driscoll, D. MacPhail, S. Foltyn).

Demonstration of High Current Density YBCO Films on all Solution Buffers (M.P. Paranthaman, S. Sathyamurthy, H.Y. Zhai, H.M. Christen, S. Kang, A. Goyal).

Solution Buffer Layers for YBCO Coated Conductors (S. Sathyamurthy, M. Paranthaman, H.–Y. Zhai, S. Kang, C. Cantoni, S. Cook, L. Heatherly, A. Goyal, H.M. Christen, Md.S. Bhuiyan, K. Salama).

Scale Up of High Performance High Temperature Superconductors (V. Selvamanickam, Y. Li, H.G. Lee, X. Xiong, Y. Qiao, J. Reeves, Y. Xie, A. Knoll, K. Lenseth).

Inclined–Substrate Pulsed Laser Deposition of Yttria–Stabilized Zirconia Template Film for YBCO Coated Conductors (B. Ma, M. Li, B.L. Fisher, R.E. Koritala, R.M. Baurceanu, S.E. Dorris, U. Balachandran).

Development of Conductive La0.7Sr0.3MnO3 Buffer Layers for Cu–Based RABiTS (T. Aytug, M.P. Paranthaman, A. Goyal, A. Gapud, N. Rutter, H.Y. Zhai, D.K. Christen).

Analytical Transmission Electron Microscopy of Thick YBa2Cu3O7–δ Films on RABiTS (K.J. Leonard, S. Kang, B. Kang, A. Goyal, D.M. Kroeger).

Thickness Dependence of JcS in YBCO, TL–2212 and HG–1212 Thick Films (J.Z. Wu, R. Emergo, X. Wang).

Damaged Effect in HTS Irradiated by U Fission Fragments (A. Gandini, R. Weinstein).

Effect of Y2BaCuO5 Morphology and Size in Semisolid Melt on Growth Rate of YBa2Cu3O7–x Single Crystal (O. Jongprateep, F. Dogan).

Flux Pinning and Properties of Solid–Solution (Y,Nd)1+xBa2–xCu3O7–δ Superconductors Processed in Air and Partial Oxygen Atmospheres (T.J. Haugan, J.M. Evans, J.C. Tolliver, I. Maartense, P.N. Barnes, W. Wong–Ng, L.P. Cook, R.D. Shull).

Phase Relations in the BaO–R2O3–CuOx Systems (W. Wong–Ng, L.P. Cook, J. Suh).

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