The Superconducting Magnetic Properties of YBCO Effect on the Inductance of Coil
The effect of the magnetic properties of YBCO superconductors on the inductance of coil were studied in order to the dependence on temperature of effective penetration depth and the variation potential difference for damped oscillation in RLC series circuit. In this work, The samples of YBa2Cu3-xAgxO7- were prepared by solid state reaction in air at 950 ๐C for 24 hr. serves as the core of solenoids. The inductance of solenoids changes up with the increasing of temperature from boiling point of liquid nitrogen (77 K) to room temperature had been measured. Then we calculated to the effective penetration depth. We found that there were increase correspond with the increasing of temperature and the critical temperature decreased and then increased with the increase in Ag2O concentration of x = 0.1 and 0.2 , respectively. The variation potential difference for damped oscillation in RLC series circuit. We found that the decreasing of amplitude per cycle of the samples at superconducting state larger than those at normal state and phases shift in the damping oscillattion of RLC circuit at superconducting state are less than that at normal state, discussed as in inductance, the magnetic flux entering through the samples at superconducting state are less than that at normal state.
S. Suttiruengwong and W. Sricharussin
P. Chuamuangphan et al., "The Superconducting Magnetic Properties of YBCO Effect on the Inductance of Coil", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 93-94, pp. 668-671, 2010