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Nondestructive Measurement of Critical Current Distribution of SmBCO Coated Conductor Using Hall Probe

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11 Author(s)
Ho-Sup Kim ; Korea Electrotechnol. Res. Inst., Changwon, South Korea ; Sang-Soo Oh ; Nam-Jin Lee ; Seung-Kyu Baik
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The Hall probe measurement system was used to measure the critical current distribution of superconducting coated conductor. The system consists of reel to reel moving apparatus, 7 array Hall probe, a rotary encoder and permanent magnet. The magnetic field profile across the width of superconducting coated conductor using Bean's critical state model was calculated. The effect of various parameters of the formulas on the magnetic field distribution and the effect of shape and size of artificial defects, which were formed on the surface of SmBa2Cu3O7-d(SmBCO) coated conductor using laser marking system, on the Hall probe magnetic field signal of the Hall probe measurement system was investigated.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )