Effect of magnetic field and temperature on the voltage-current characteristics of YBCO superconductor

1996-11-01
Bocuk, H
Albiss, BA
Ercan, I
Ozkan, H
Hasanlı, Nızamı
Voltage-current characteristics of YBCO superconductor was studied under magnetic field up to 0.4 T at different temperatures below T-c. The critical temperature decreases and the transition width broadens under magnetic field. V-I data below T-c were fitted to a power law expression V similar to I-beta(T,I-B) in which beta(T,B) is found to decrease with increase of magnetic field and temperature, gradually approaching unity as T approaches T-c, being independent of magnetic field. Similarly beta(T,B) approaches unity as magnetic field increases being independent of temperature.

Citation Formats
H. Bocuk, B. Albiss, I. Ercan, H. Ozkan, and N. Hasanlı, “Effect of magnetic field and temperature on the voltage-current characteristics of YBCO superconductor,” JOURNAL OF LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS, vol. 105, pp. 975–980, 1996, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/47963.