The Oxford Handbook Of Small Superconductors

Author: A. V. Narlikar
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198738161
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This handbook is about a remarkable set of materials that are technically referred to as "mesoscopic superconductors," which for all practical purposes are tiny or small in their dimensions, ranging from a few micrometers down to a ...

Thermoelectrics Handbook

Author: D.M. Rowe
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420038903
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... by a corresponding increase in the electronic thermal conductivity. Of course,
there is no conductor in nature with zero electrical resistivity and zero thermal
conductivity, but superconductor materials have zero resistivity and the thermal
conduction of a semiconductor leg could be very small due to its small cross-
section. Since the Seebeck coefficient of a superconductor (in the
superconductor state) is always zero, it is thermoelectrically passive (no
contribution in energy conversion), ...

Applied Superconductivity

Author: Paul Seidel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 3527670653
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Handbook on Devices and Applications Paul Seidel ... A conductor made with the
copper matrix superconductor co-extruded in pure aluminum (RRR >1000) was
developed in a number of locations at about the same time [26]. ... Didcot, UK,
private communication) and ZEUS [33] detectors at DESY (a German laboratory
that does particle physics) in Germany; the GSI solenoid (D. Andrews, Oxford
Technology Ltd., Oxford, UK, private communication) at Darmstadt; the CLEO-2
detector ...

The Squid Handbook

Author: John Clarke
Publisher: Wiley-VCH
ISBN: 9783527402298
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22 Superinsulation NRC-2 Oxford Instruments Ltd, Eynsham, Oxford OX8 1TL,
UK. 23 Nenonen, J. ... and Kang, Y.-M. (1997) A 61-channel SQUID system for
MEG measurement cooled by a GM/JTcryocooler, IEEE Transactions on Applied
Superconductivity 7, 2526-2529. ... 43 Rijpma, A.P., Blom, C.J.H.A., Balena, A.P.,
De Vries, E., Holland, H.J., and Rogalla, H. (2000) Construction and tests of a
heart scanner based on superconducting sensors cooled by small stirling

Handbook Of Advanced Electronic And Photonic Materials And Devices High Tc Superconductors And Organic Conductors

Author: Hari Singh Nalwa
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Hence the thermal "phase-smearing" term RT of the LK formula can still be used
to derive the effective mass as long as the amplitude of the oscillations is small [
24]. Under such conditions, the temperature dependence of the oscillation
amplitude 'd is given by where ... Press, Oxford, UK. such circumstances is to
perform a full numerical simulation of the electronic density of states [24]. Figure 6
also shows that the oscillations grow in amplitude as B increases. This occurs
because ...

Springer Handbook Of Acoustics

Author: Thomas Rossing
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387304460
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Free-piston Stirling cryocoolers are in common use today for cooling infrared
sensors in military night-vision gogglesandsurveillancesatellites,andafree-
pistonStir- ling refrigerator built into a small, portable ice chest is commercially
available at low cost for picnics [7.41]. ... Pulse-tube refrigerators are in common
use today in satellites [7.42] and are under development for many other
applications such as small- scale oxygen liquefaction and cooling
superconducting equipment.

Asm Handbook

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in diameter. Understanding the reasons for this challenge to metalforming
technology requires a brief introduction to engineering requirements for
commercial superconductors. The design and application of superconductors is
mainly controlled by the critical temperature, Tc. Niobium-base superconductors
are usually used at liquid helium temperatures (4.2 K). At these temperatures,
specific heats of materials are sufficiently low that small mechanical or
electromagnetic disturbances ...

Handbook Of Applied Thermal Design

Author: Eric C. Guyer
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
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This type of cryostat is being used to cool superconducting magnets for magnetic
resonance imaging (MRI) and can also be used to cool superconducting
electronic devices. The cryostat ... A small reseatable relief valve handles normal
vent flow during periods when the refrigerator is off, and a larger burst disk vents
abnormally high flow rates. A relief valve on the ... G. K. White, Experimental
Techniques in Low Temperature Physics, 3d ed., Clarendon, Oxford, 1979.
Chapter E.

Metals Handbook Forming And Forging

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Courtesy of Oxford Superconducting cooling power, and it can be either oil-base
or aqueous. It can be applied to the die inlet, the wire, and often also to the
capstan, or the entire machine ... Small mechanical or electromagnetic
disturbances can provide sufficient heat to raise the temperature of the
superconductor above Tc; this increase in temperature causes the normally high
resistance to retum. Commercial superconductors are designed to prevent and/or
control the change to the ...