The SQUID Handbook. Applications of SQUIDs and SQUID Systems. Volume II

  • ID: 2180175
  • Book
  • 653 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This two–volume handbook offers a comprehensive, coordinated presentation of Superconducting QUantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs), including their fundamentals, design, technology, system issues and applications. The handbook bridges the gap between fundamentals and applications, and will be a valuable textbook reference for graduate students and professionals engaged in SQUID research and engineering as well as for specialists in fields in which SQUIDs are used, including fundamental science, detection of signals from the brain and heart for both clinical and research purposes, non–destructive evaluation of metal structures and semiconductor packaging, detection of nuclear magnetic resonance, and prospecting for oil and minerals.
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SQUID Amplifiers (Clarke, Lee, Mück, Richards)

SQUIDs for Standards (Gallop, Piquemal)

Generic Inverse Problem (Wikswo)

Biomagnetism (Nenonen, Trahms, Vrba)

Magnetic Measurements and Microscopy Using SQUIDs (Wellstood, Black)

Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials and Structures Using SQUIDs (Donaldson, Krause)

Geomagnetic and Ordnance Prospecting (Clem, Foley, Keene)

Gravity and Motion Detection (Paik)

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John Clarke is the world leading authority on SQUIDs and Alex Braginski contributed significantly to the development of high–temperature SQUIDs. They have assembled a team of co–authors who are the pre–eminent specialists in virtually all aspects of SQUIDs and SQUID applications.
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