A superconductor with little or no magnetic field within it is said to be in the Meissner state. The Meissner state breaks down when the applied magnetic field is too strong.
But what happens if an electromagnet that is at first "turned off" is suddenly "turned on", in the close proximity of a...
Just a random thought: IF a strong rare earth magnet and a superconductor like YBCO can perform meissner effect that holds them both in place, is it possible to make that in a larger scale, like in space?
I was thinking that since space's temperature is almost 0K, it can cool down...
In superconducting state, If the superconductor and the guide line are stationary, will the force between the the guide line and the superconductor change when they are close to or far away from the magnet?
As shown in the figure, in the Meisner effect, the magnetic field of the magnet bypasses the superconductor. My question is, does the magnetic B field belonging to the magnet increase at the arrow indicating position?
Or is there no change in the intensity of the magnetic field that belongs to...
My little home made air-core solenoid makes 1.5T, why is it that superconducting electromagnets often aren't stronger than one would expect.
Take the japanese maglev train for example:
http://www.supraconductivite.fr/en/index.php?p=applications-trains-maglev-more
According to this article the...
If you were suspended inside and iron armor between an electromagnet and the ground it is obvious that you would feel your weight against that armor, but when a frog is suspended by diamagnetic levitation I understand that it feels weightlessness. If this is correct, that means that if it were...
Superconductors can be used to store energy in the form of magnetic fields, because the current in a superconductor can persist indefinitely. In fact, some large power grids are already using this as a way to regulate power flow in the grid.
My question is how are the coils "charged"? How do we...
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Superconductors can be made hover above or even below magnets. As far as I know, this can be interpreted as an extreme form of Lenz's law: Eddy currents on the surface of the superconductor create an opposing force that is able to cancel gravity since the currents aren't affected by...
I got interested in this superconductor stuff a few week ago and I just want to learn more about this.
So any book or ebook recommendation about superconductor ? especially for starter ?
Note: I'm a new engineering student
I am looking to numerically solve the (complex) Time Domain Ginzburg Landau Equation. I wish to write a python simulator to observe the nucleation of fluxons over a square 2D superconductor domain (eventually 3D, cubic domain).
I am using a fourth order Runge Kutta solver for this which I made...
I am currently doing a experimental project work on superconductors. I am supposed to study properties of FeTeSe.
I am having trouble understanding the difference between Zero-Field Cooling and Field Cooling. In both cases, I am measuring magnetization with varying temperature (from lower to...
Hi. What are superconductor ions? Are they naturally occurring ions inside the lattice structure of a superconductor when it's manufactured or are they ions introduced artificially to a superconductor's lattice ? And do the ions have spin?
The measurement of electrical resistance as a function of the superconductor's temperature yields fundamental insights into its properties. The Critical Temperature, Critical Current Density, and the Critical Magnetic Field, can all be obtained through variations of a basic experiment.
I would...
Hi everyone,
I need some help to look if I did these calculations right.
Let us assume a three dimensional magnetic field:
##\vec{B}(x,y,z) = B_x(x,y,z)\hat{x} + B_y(x,y,z)\hat{y} + B_z(x,y,z)\hat{z}##
The equation for the force on a superconducting particle in a magnetic field is given by...
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I am currently writing a report about superconductors, and am currently reading about how the band gap shows that single electrons are not the charge carriers responsible for superconductivity. However, I was confused when I read that electrons are fermions and as such there are no band...
I was hoping someone could tell me the phonon frequency of the electrons for YBCO with hole doping of about .2 and a critical temperature of around 75-70°K at about 70°K. An answer in Hz would be preferred, or failing that, in cm-1 with the wave speed. Also, might the Kohn anomaly influence the...
If a field line is moved into a superconductor it meets resistance. This resistance is modelled by adding an image flux thread outside the superconductor which then attracts the flux thread being moved into the superconductor. Why is this attractive force an accurate model of the resistance a...
Hi everyone, I'm trying to simulated the XRD pattern of Bi2Sr2Ca2Cu3O10, but i'm having a problem of finding the basis of atom(and their respective position). Also its JCPDS is quite hard to find, so if anyone working with this, may you provide a link or articles about my problem.
Thanks...
Hey, guys, I encountered this and confused about it.
"In a perfect conductor, an arbitrarily large current can be induced, and the resulting magnetic field exactly cancels the applied field."
But I suppose, according to Faraday's law,the magnitude of emf is the rate of change of magnetic flux...
When reading some material concerning Ginzburg-Landau theory of superconductors, I got the following sentence:
The appropriate thermodynamic potential for describing a superconductor in an applied magnetic field is the Gibbs free energy ##G## (natural variable ##H##) and not the Helmholtz free...
I am confused about the magnetic susceptibility vs. temperature curves (or MT) of superconductors (SCs).
In the normal conduction state (I measured from 4.5K to 300K), the susceptibility curve can obey the Curie-Weiss law. But when I fitted the data via the Curie-Weiss law in a different...