Procedure to induce a persistent current in superconducting cylinders or rings

González-Jorge, H.; Peleteiro, J.; Carballo, E.; Romanı, L.; Domarco, G.
November 2002
Applied Physics Letters;11/25/2002, Vol. 81 Issue 22, p4207
Academic Journal
A procedure to induce a persistent current in superconducting cylinders or rings was developed using a coil and a ferromagnetic core. Using the field cooling method, the current is induced from the combined effect of the coil magnetic field and the core magnetization. The proposed method was checked using four Bi-2223 samples. The main usefulness seems to be that a high persistent current can be induced using small both probe currents and coils.


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