The New Superconducting Electronics by Y. Bruynseraede, C. Vlekken, C. Van Haesendonck (auth.),

By Y. Bruynseraede, C. Vlekken, C. Van Haesendonck (auth.), Harold Weinstock, Richard W. Ralston (eds.)

This quantity relies at the complaints of the NATO-sponsored complex reports Institute (ASn at the New Superconducting Electronics (held 9-20 August 1992 in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire USA). The contents herein are meant to supply an replace to an previous quantity at the similar topic (based on a NATO ASI held in 1988). 4 years turns out a comparatively short while period, and our identify itself, that includes the recent Superconducting Electronics, might seem a little bit pretentious. however, we suppose strongly that the ASI fostered a well timed reexamination of the technical development and alertness capability of this rapid-paced box. There are, certainly, many new avenues for technological innovation that have been now not expected or thought of attainable 4 years in the past. the best advances via some distance have happened in regards to oxide superconductors, the so-called excessive­ transition-temperature superconductors, recognized in brief as HTS. those advances are mostly within the skill to manufacture either (1) fine quality, rather large-area motion pictures for microwave filters and (2) multilayer equipment buildings, largely superconducting-normal-superconducting (SNS) Josephson junctions, for superconducting-quantum-interference-device (SQUID) magnetometers. also, we've seen the discovery and improvement of the flux-flow transistor, a planar three-terminal machine. in the course of the previous ASI basically the first actual HTS motion pictures with sufficient critical-current density had simply been fabricated, and those have been of constrained quarter and had excessive resistance for microwave current.

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372). 26 Acknowledgements This work has been supported by the Belgian Inter-University Institute for Nuclear Sciences (IIKW), the Inter-University Attraction Poles (IUAP) and Concerted Action (GOA) research programs. M. would like to acknowledge the financial support from the Research Council of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. H. is a Senior Research Associate of the Belgian National Fund for Scientific Research (NFWO). References (1] Gamov, G. (1928) Quantum theory of the atomic nucleus, Z.

This sum is reduced to 211" times the normalized flux penetrating this loop [23, 24, 32). Let us now first apply Eq. (29) to a simple superconducting ring without the current injection at the nodes a = Nand b = N', which are taken just diametrically opposite (Fig. 14(b)). Inserting Eq. (27) into Eq. (29) leads to: (30) (31) (1) (2) (1) . Here we have used the length L NN , = L NN , = LN'N = L(2) N'N = 11" R . I nsertmg t he phases I'~}N = -1'~1, and I'~}N = -1'~1, we can derive from Eq. (30) and Eq.

A(T)I'l/J1 2 f3 4 1 . 91 ~2 (T - Tc) mea Tc (3) The temperature independent coefficient f3 in Eq. , the GL coherence length e(T) and the penetration depth A(T): 31 A(T) K, (5) = e(T) . The temperature independence of the coefficient (3 and the GL parameter K, results from the fact that, within the GL approach, the length scales e(T) and A(T) both diverge as (Te - Tt 1 / 2 when T ~ Te. The exact numerical values of and of A depend upon the electron elastic mean free path f. 71 AdO) ( Te _ T with AL(O) the London penetration depth for T with a short mean free path f: A(T) )1/2 ~ ' )1/2 ' (6) O.

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