An empirical correlation for E(J,T) of a melt-cast-processed BSCCO-2212 superconductor under self field.

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An empirical correlation is developed for the electrical field strength E(J,T) of a melt-cast processed BSCCO-2212 superconductor. The empirical correlation is based, in part, on the theory of magnetic relaxation and on experimental data at 77 and 87 K. It is developed for temperatures in the range between 77 and 92 K, which is the range of interest for practical devices such as the superconducting fault current limiters. The general form of the correlation may be applicable to other high-T{sub c} superconductors.

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Cha, Y. S. August 1, 2002.

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An empirical correlation is developed for the electrical field strength E(J,T) of a melt-cast processed BSCCO-2212 superconductor. The empirical correlation is based, in part, on the theory of magnetic relaxation and on experimental data at 77 and 87 K. It is developed for temperatures in the range between 77 and 92 K, which is the range of interest for practical devices such as the superconducting fault current limiters. The general form of the correlation may be applicable to other high-T{sub c} superconductors.

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  • Applied Superconductivity Conference and Expo (ASC 2002), Houston, TX (US), 08/04/2002--08/09/2002

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Cha, Y. S. An empirical correlation for E(J,T) of a melt-cast-processed BSCCO-2212 superconductor under self field., article, August 1, 2002; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc740981/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.