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Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators

Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Circuits.,
  • Correction.,
  • Depth measurement.,
  • Penetration.,
  • Q factors.,
  • Resonant frequencies.,
  • Resonators.,
  • Superconductivity.,
  • Temperature dependence.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert R. Romanofsky.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 107088.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15420861M

    Analysis of Variance for depth of penetration ANOVA for Depth of Penetration ANOVA table for depth of penetration is given in table 5 ANOVA table indicates the significance value of various input factors. If the p value given in the last column of ANOVA table is less than , this means the factor corresponding to that value of p isFile Size: KB. limited penetration depth. The depth limit is essentially given by the characteristic length at which photons lose their directionality (one transport mean free path). Although it depends on the type of tissue and the light wavelength, this accessible depth is typically around one millimeter [1] or less.

    The correction factor is given in section of ASTM C (the same as in the paragraph you cited). Let say you tested a core that has the length times the diameter of the core. Full text of "Microstrip Filters For RF Microwave Applications" See other formats.

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Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of magnitude more severe than results disclosed in [4]. Still, the effect is subtle and the correction factor of (3) is dominated by Lkfor resonators studied herein., The susceptance B can be evaluated as follows, for the general case when Zois not equal to is easy toCited by: 2.

temperaturecurve of strip resonators, used to evaluate the London penetration depth. The term is temperature sensitive primarily because of the kinetic inductance associated with the.

Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators Romanofsky, R. Abstract. Publication: IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity. Pub Date: March DOI: / Bibcode. Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators Abstract: The strip resonator technique is a popular way to measure the temperature (T)-dependent London penetration depth /spl lambda//sub L/(T) in superconducting thin by: 2.

While it is necessary to include this effect to determine the penetration depth, it is shown that the impact on unloaded quality factor is generally negligible.

The situation when the strip characteristic impedance is not matched to the generator is : Robert R. Romanofsky. Get this from a library. Correction factor for determining the London penetration depth from strip resonators.

[Robert R Romanofsky; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. AIREX: Correction Factor for Determining the London Penetration Depth from Strip Resonators A significant disagreement is often seen between the theoretical temperature dependent magnetic penetration depth profile and experimentally derived calculations based on stripline type by: 2.

A significant disagreement is often seen between the theoretical temperature dependent magnetic penetration depth profile and experimentally derived calculations based on stripline type resonators. This short paper shows that the disagreement can be attributed to the susceptance coupled into the resonator from the gap discontinuity as well as the feed : Robert R.

Romanofsky. Lecture 4: London’s Equations Outline 1. Drude Model of Conductivity 2. Superelectron model of perfect conductivity • First London Equation • Perfect Conductor vs “Perfect Conducting Regime 3.

Superconductor: more than a perfect conductor The Penetration Depth So that The penetration depth is independent of Size: KB. the transverse penetration depth R2/d (d is the film thick- ness) and the dissipation. The technique has been used to study the penetration depth in high-T, thin fdms and the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition in type-II superconduct- ors9 Quantitative interpretation of the data relies upon a.

There are several studies of the London penetration depth of single-crystalline FeSe (FS) using different methods, such as by means of muon-spin rotation or a SQUID magnetometer [5–8]. Similarly, the London penetration depth of single-crystalline FeSe x Te 1−x (FST) has also been measured in various methods [9–12].Cited by: 2.

London penetration depth can be measured by muon spin spectroscopy when the superconductor does not have an intrinsic magnetic constitution. The penetration depth is directly converted from the depolarization rate of muon spin in relation which σ (T) is proportional to λ 2 (T).

The penetration depth of the waves depends on the wavelength and properties of each skin layer. Formulas are presented for generating the absorption and scattering properties as a function of wavelength for each layer of the skin. These properties can then be modeled to determine penetration depth of various wavelengths into human Size: 1MB.

Magnetic Penetration Depth in Unconventional Superconductors Ruslan Prozorov Ames Laboratory and Department of Physics & Astronomy, Iowa State University, Ames, IowaU.

Russell W. Giannetta Department of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, W. Green Street, Urbana, ILU. 19 April Abstract Cited by: Determination of the London penetration depth of FeSe Te thin films by scanning SQUID microscope H T Lin1,2,SLWu1,2, J W Wang1, T J Chen3, M J Wang3, J C Chen1, MKWu2 and C C Chi1 1Department of Physics, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu city, Taiwan 2Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan 3Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Academia Sinica, TaiwanCited by: 2.

In particular, the μSR is unique in determining the absolute value of λ(0), but is cumbersome in extracting λ(T). Microwave resonator technique, on the other hand, is unable to yielding absolute value of λ(0), but is one of the most sensitive methods is measuring the change of the penetration depth, by: 1.

$\begingroup$ I thought I had this in a book (GSL Field Geophysics pocket book), but alas not. Of course the electrical field is continuous so you are going to have a depth that represents something like "half the sensitivity is shallower than this".

$\endgroup$ – winwaed Sep 17 '14 at Microstrip ring resonators with quality factor (Q) over 10 4 at temperature 5 K, were fabricated using the double-side YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7−δ (YBCO) epitaxial films deposited on LaAlO 3 (LAO) placing a narrow gap in the ring resonator, we observed that the original fundamental resonating mode (resonance frequency f = GHz) splits into a dual-mode with different resonating Cited by: 1.

The BCS Penetration Up: The Magnetic Penetration Previous: The Magnetic Penetration The London Penetration Depth. Let us first consider the magnetic penetration depth in the context of the conventional London theory [] a magnetic field is applied to a superconductor which is initially in zero field, the magnetic field is a function of time.

تحميل (89):: London penetration depth measurements in Ba(Fe1-xTx)2As2 (T=Co,Ni,Ru,Rh,Pd,Pt,Co+Cu) superconductors رسالة دكتوراه بعنوان تحميل (90):: Magnetic properties of RT2Zn20 R = rare earth, T = Fe, Co, Ru, Rh, Os and Ir رسالة دكتوراه بعنوان.

Penetration depth is a measure of how deep light or any electromagnetic radiation can penetrate into a material. It is defined as the depth at which the intensity of the radiation inside the material falls to 1/e (about 37%) of its original value at (or more properly, just beneath) the surface.penetration depth in this regime have been recently published [1].

Experimental data for the penetration depth at GHz frequencies have also been reported [5]. We compare our experimental results with data from both papers [1,5] and show that our method is applicable to.

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