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By H. Kumakura, T. Hasegawa, H. Kobayashi, H. Kitaguchi, K. Togano, H. Maeda (auth.), Richard P. Reed, Fred R. Fickett, Leonard T. Summers, M. Stieg (eds.)

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Superconductors: High-Temperature Superconductors: houses. High-Temperature Superconductors: Processing. High-Temperature Superconductors: purposes. High-Temperature Superconductors: movies and units. Cryconductors and Stabilizers. Low-Temperature Superconductors: AC Loss. Low-Temperature Superconductors: balance. Cryocooler fabrics. Cryoconductors. Low-Temperature Superconductors NbTi. Low-Temperature Superconductors: A15 Compounds. Structural fabrics: Nonmetallic Composites: homes and Radiation Resistance. Resins: houses and Radiation Resistance. Austenitic Steels: homes and Magnetic box results. Nickel-Base Alloys: homes. Aluminum Alloys: houses. particular Low-Temperature Mechanical-Property Phenomena. Coil Pack, Divertor, and Diode fabrics and Analyses. 183 articles. Index.

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6, where the normalized critical current is plotted versus the magnetic field angle (0) with the tape surface. At 20 K, the anisotropy of Je was small and almost independent of magnetic field, as seen in Fig. 6(a). In contrast to the results at 20 K, the angular dependence of Je at 77 K became large even when the magnetic field was small, as shown in Fig. 6 (b). However, it might be said that the angular dependence in the present study was not distinct, since it was reported that the thin-film 13 and strongly textured tapes 14 of Bi(2223) superconductors exhibited an extremely sharp anisotropy peak around zero angle.

S. Hamilton, P. W. Miles, D. R. Parker, G. N. , M. Rupich, M. Teplitsky, E. D. Thompson and K. Zafar, ICMC Conference, Abuquerque NM, July 12-16, 1993; also G. N. Riley Jr. and W. L. Carter, Bull American Ceramic Society 72, 91 (1993). 6. M. P. Maley, P. J. Kung, 1. Y. Coulter, W. L. Carter, G. N. Riley Jr and M. E. McHenry, Phys Rev B 45, 7566 (1992). 7. LN. Bulaevsky, L. L. Daemen, M. P. Maley and J. Y. Coulter, Physica C, tobe published. 8. L. Civale, A. D. Marwick, T. K. Worthington, M. A. Kirk, J.

Where p(8) is the probability distribution of the grain orientation. We make the further assumption that the orientation of the grains follows a Gaussian distribution in angle 8 with the maximum probability in the tapeplane and with a eharaeteristie variance o 2 : 2 1 ( -8-) --exp 5o 2o 2 Making the assumption that o << 90° and using Eq. 3 in Eq. Jin1 cJ. L (B), Eq. >=90°, B) (i. , Bin the tape plane). With this same fitted value of o, Je as a funetion of angle [i. , Je( , B=Bapp)] can be determined.

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