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Numerical Modelling of bulk superconductor magnetization

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Numerical Modelling of bulk superconductor magnetization by Mark Ainslie

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Over the past decade, significant advances continue to be made in the numerical modelling of superconducting materials. Such modelling has been recognised as an important tool to analyse the electromagnetic and thermal properties of superconducting materials, and crucial to design of practical superconducting devices. Bulk superconductors, in particular, acting as trapped field magnets, can trap magnetic fields over ten times the maximum field produced by conventional permanent magnets and there is great interest in using these materials as permanent magnet analogues in a variety of applications, such as rotating machines, MRI/NMR and magnetic separation. The purpose of the book is to provide a comprehensive overview of all the numerical modelling considerations required to model the magnetization of bulk superconductors, with practical examples.

Author Biography

Dr Mark Ainslie is Royal Academy of Engineering Research FellowJunior Research Fellow, King's College at the University of Cambridge where he is working on engineering interactions of conventional, magnetic and superconducting materials for electrical applications. Prof. Hiroyuki Fujishiro is engaged in research into materials , particularly in the fields of superconductivity and thermoelectric energy conversion at Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Iwate University, Japan.
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July 31st, 2019
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
With figures in colour and in black and white
Institute of Physics Publishing
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