Supercurrent dissipation and strain-induced damage in (Bi, Pb)[sub2]Sr[sub2]Ca[sub2]Cu[sub3]O[sub10]/Ag tape

Spal, Richard D.; Riley Jr., Gilbert N.; Christopherson, Craig J.
February 2002
Applied Physics Letters;2/25/2002, Vol. 80 Issue 8, p1412
Academic Journal
Examines the supercurrent dissipation and strain-induced damage in (Bi,Pb)[sub2]sr[sub2]Ca[sub2]Cu[sub3]O[sub10]/Ag superconductor composite tape. Administration of current-voltage analysis; Comparison of processed tapes from dissipation models; Identification of dissipation mechanism.


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