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Expml. Phys. Ost. Univ (Austria) KfK (F. KlC (Italy) INFN-LASA (Italy) EMPA (Switzerland) Rutherford Appleton Lab. Lab. Master. Res. Engr. Inc. USA USA N. I. S. T. N. 1. S. T. Japan Hitachi Kobe Steel Japan Hitachi Kobe Steel N. l. S. T. Teledyne Engr. Service Japan Hitachi J. A. E. R 1. Kawasaki Stee 1 Kobe Steel Nippon Kokan Nippon Steel N. R. I. M. Tohoku Univ. Toshiba Univ. M. Univ. Tokyo N. R. I. M. Tohoku Univ. Toshiba Univ. Tokyo on AC loss measurement will be completed in the near future, and a recommended test procedure will be proposed based on the discussions at the TWP meeting.
E. Evetts. IEEE Trans. Magn. G-25. 1123 (1989) 19 BOSE-EINSTEIN GAS MODEL FOR Tc AND ENERGY GAP FOR MOST SUPERCONDUCTORS, ESPECIALLY THE CERAMIC OXIDES Mario Rabinowitz Electric Power Research Institute Palo Alto, CA 94303 ABSTRACT A generalized Bose-Einstein gas model is sufficient to derive reasonable estimates of T c, the energy gap, and the coherence length for all classes of superconductors such as the ceramic oxides, the metallics, heavy-fermion metals, metallic hydrogen, and neutron stars for 3-dimensional, quasi-2 and quasi-l dimensional states.
6 compares the scatter in yield strength data for the two methods. In the determination of elongation, we found that the influence of 'serration', indicative of localized defDrmation. was important. 320 300 280 ~tlI 260 a.. ::: 200 180 160 SUS316LN @ 0 Sa 0 0 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 B, mm 160 0 0 0 ~tlI 140 YUS170 t 0 a.. 2K. 8 The fracture toughness measurement results are being analyzed. 7 indicates the relationship between deformation control-mode, etc. fracture toughness and sample thickness for both steels.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials : Part A by K. Tachikawa (auth.), R. P. Reed, F. R. Fickett (eds.)