Item description for High Temperature Superconductor Bulk Materials: Fundamentals - Processing - Properties Control - Application Aspects by Gernot Krabbes...
With its comprehensive review of the current knowledge and the future requirements in the field, this book presents all the features of bulk high temperature superconducting materials. Starting from physical and chemical fundamentals, the authors move on to portray methods and problems of materials processing, thoroughly working out the characteristic properties of bulk superconductors in contrast to long conductors and films. They provide a wide range of specific materials characteristics with respect to the latest developments and future applications guiding from fundamentals to practical engineering examples. The authors are all leading international specialists involved in the field of high TC superconductor bulk materials since the beginning. Of utmost interest to engineers, scientists, and PhD students working in this field.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.6" Width: 6.9" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.55 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
ISBN 3527403833 ISBN13 9783527403837
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More About Gernot Krabbes
- Gernot Krabbes, Institut f]r Festkvrper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden - G]nter Fuchs, Institut f]r Festkvrper- und Werkstoffforschung Dresden - Wolf-R]diger Canders, Technische Universitdt Braunschweig - -Hardo May, Technische Universitdt Braunschweig - Ryszard Palka, Technische Universitdt Braunschweig The authors are working very successfully in the field of high TC superconductor bulk materials from the beginning about ten years ago. They have a world wide reputation in their field. Prof. Krabbes was the first reporting the highest values of critical current in Nd-YBCO HTSC.
Gernot Krabbes has an academic affiliation as follows - Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden, Dres.