An Abelian Higgs model of pulsed field magnetization in superconductors

@article{Caputo2021AnAH,
  title={An Abelian Higgs model of pulsed field magnetization in superconductors},
  author={J. G. Caputo and Ionut Danaila and C Tain},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2021},
  volume={2043}
}
Pulsed field magnetization leads to trapped magnetic field persistent for long times. We present a one-dimensional model of the interaction between an electromagnetic wave and a superconducting slab based on the Maxwell-Ginzburg-Landau (Abelian Higgs) theory. We first derive the model starting from a Lagrangian coupling the electromagnetic field with the Ginzburg-Landau potential for the superconductor. Then we explore numerically its capabilities by applying a Gaussian vector potential pulse… Expand

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