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1st Edition

Basic Macroscopic Principles of Applied Superconductivity

ISBN 9781138541832
Published August 30, 2021 by CRC Press
416 Pages 232 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book is on applied superconductivity, which is one of the topical issues of modern science and technology. At present, the prospects for the practical application of superconductivity are obvious from both economic and practical points of view. It can reduce heat losses and reduce the weight and size of equipment, improve the reliability of electrical devices and power systems, and create new devices. As a result, the achievements of applied superconductivity make it possible to perform effective retrofitting of equipment for scientific research, in medicine, electric power, electrical engineering, transport, and to introduce new advanced technologies that provide higher efficiency, significantly reducing working costs.

Table of Contents

1. Concepts and Principal Provisions of Fundamental and Applied Superconductivity  2. Macroscopic Electrodynamics of NonIdeal Type-II Superconductors: Isothermal Models  3. Physical Features of the Dissipative Phenomena in Superconductors in the Self-Field Modes  4. Thermo-Magnetic Phenomena in Low-Tc and High-Tc Superconductors  5. Thermo-Magnetic Phenomena in Composites Based on LTS and their Magnetic Instabilities  6. Current-Carrying Capacity of Superconducting Composites and Tapes: Formation and Destruction of Stable Current Modes  7. Thermal Phenomena in Composite Superconductors with an Ideal Voltage-Current  8. Electrophysical Features of Thermal Instabilities Occurrence in Technical Superconductors with Various Nonlinearity Types of V-I Characteristics

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V.R. Romanovskii is a PhD in the field of physics and mathematics. From 1975 to 1985 he was the junior researcher, from 1985 he was a senior researcher at the Kurchatov Institute in the Division of Superconductivity. Since 2002 he has been a professor at Moscow State Technical University. He is the author of more than 150 papers in the field of mathematical physics, modeling of heat transfer processes, electrodynamics phenomena, and technical superconductivity.