A Study of Inhomogeneities and Anisotropies in Superconductors via Ginzburg-Landau Type Models

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Superconductivity continues to be of great theoretical and practical interest and remains a challenging area of scientific inquiry. Most superconductors of practical utility are of type-II, i.e., they allow the penetration of magnetic fields in the form of tubes of flux that are referred to as " vortices. " Motion of these vortices due to, e.g., applied… (More)

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@inproceedings{Deang1997ASO, title={A Study of Inhomogeneities and Anisotropies in Superconductors via Ginzburg-Landau Type Models}, author={Jennifer M. Deang and John A. Burns and Eugene M. Cliff and Terry L. Herdman and Janet S. Peterson}, year={1997} }