## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 2 |

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motion can , however , be restricted effectively by pinning the

aid of their interactions with crystal lattice defects . Therefore , only a type II

superconductor with effectively pinned

applications .

motion can , however , be restricted effectively by pinning the

**flux lines**with theaid of their interactions with crystal lattice defects . Therefore , only a type II

superconductor with effectively pinned

**flux lines**is useful for technicalapplications .

Page 260

Since the shear modulus C66 for all planes containing the directions of the

that the perfection of the

flow .

Since the shear modulus C66 for all planes containing the directions of the

**flux****lines**is much smaller than the others near ... shown ( Thorel and Simon , 1971 )that the perfection of the

**flux line**lattice is astonishingly good even during fluxflow .

Page 266

the interactions of

' s theory accounts thoroughly for the finite stiffness of the fluxons as well as their

strong coupling to the

the interactions of

**flux lines**with single defects are comparatively small . Labusch' s theory accounts thoroughly for the finite stiffness of the fluxons as well as their

strong coupling to the

**flux line**lattice , problems that could be approached ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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