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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.)

Superconductors: High-Temperature Superconductors: homes. High-Temperature Superconductors: Processing. High-Temperature Superconductors: functions. High-Temperature Superconductors: motion pictures 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: houses and Radiation Resistance. Resins: homes and Radiation Resistance. Austenitic Steels: homes and Magnetic box results. Nickel-Base Alloys: homes. Aluminum Alloys: houses. detailed Low-Temperature Mechanical-Property Phenomena. Coil Pack, Divertor, and Diode fabrics and Analyses. 183 articles. Index.

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Some evidence of weak links; at high temperature, this cannot be seen because the field dependence is dominated by the much steeper exponential drop off. These authors also report strong evidence for the dependence of Ie on Bcos(cj>) at 40 K and 60 K up to 8 T all the way to cj> = 90° (field parallel to the tape plane). In other words, the thin film showed a 8d of approximately 0 consistent with essentially perfect grain orientation. It should be noted that in the present study, the values of 8d are approximately constant for a given tape at all measured fields and temperatures.

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