Shi, Y and Durrell, JH and Dennis, AR and Babu, NH and Mancini, CE and Cardwell, DA (2012) Properties of grain boundaries in bulk, melt processed YB2Cu3O7-δ fabricated using bridge-shaped seeds. Superconductor Science and Technology, 25. ISSN 0953-2048Full text not available from this repository.
Single grain REBa2C3uO7 ((RE)BCO, where RE is a rare earth element or yttrium) bulk superconducting materials have significant potential for a variety of engineering applications due to their ability to trap high magnetic fields. However, it is well known that the presence of grain boundaries coupled with a high angle of misorientation (typically 5�) significantly reduces the critical current density, J c , in all forms of high temperature superconducting materials. It is of considerable fundamental and technological interest, therefore, to investigate the grain boundary properties of bulk, film and tape (RE)BCO. We report a successful multi-seeding technique for the fabrication of fully aligned, artificial (0��misalignment) grain boundaries within large grain YBCO bulk superconductors using bridge-shaped seeds. The microstructure and critical current densities of the grain boundaries produced by this technique have been studied in detail.
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