Elena Perini

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The levitation performance of a magnetic bearing, based on 48 mm inner diameter, 3 mm thickness and 80 mm height, MgB<sub>2</sub> tube is experimentally investigated. A numerical model is developed(More)
The Mg-Reactive Liquid Infiltration (Mg-RLI) process allows to obtain well densified MgB<sub>2</sub> bulks by using crystalline boron powders up to 100 micron in size: natural liquid Mg percolation(More)
The possibility to manufacture superconducting MgB<sub>2</sub> wires, applying the reactive liquid Mg infiltration (RLI) process, was demonstrated several years ago, obtaining wires characterized by(More)
In order to realize superconductive permanent magnets to be used in power applications like the magnetic levitation or electrical motors, we have studied the magnetic field trapping capability of(More)
Previous research in our laboratory has demonstrated a significant memory-enhancing effect of exposure to a complex rhythm stimulus following weakly-reinforced passive avoidance learning in chicks.(More)
The experimental investigation of the levitation force between a Permanent magnet (PM) and MgB<sub>2</sub> disk prepared by means of the Reactive Mg Liquid Infiltration is presented. Both FC and ZFC(More)
DC magnetic fields have been applied to a superconducting hollow MgB<sub>2</sub> cylinder of relatively large dimensions (d<sub>ext/int</sub> = 48/44 mm, h = 31 mm), produced by reactive Mg liquid(More)