Critical State Theory for the Magnetic Coupling between Soft Ferromagnetic Materials and Type-II Superconductors

@article{Fareed2021CriticalST,
  title={Critical State Theory for the Magnetic Coupling between Soft Ferromagnetic Materials and Type-II Superconductors},
  author={M. U. Fareed and Harold Steven Ruiz},
  journal={Materials},
  year={2021},
  volume={14}
}
Improving our understanding of the physical coupling between type-II superconductors (SC) and soft ferromagnetic materials (SFM) is the root for progressing to the application of SC-SFM metastructures in scenarios such as magnetic cloaking, magnetic shielding, and power transmission systems. However, in the latter, some intriguing and yet unexplained phenomena occurred, such as a noticeable rise in the SC energy losses, and a local but not isotropic deformation of its magnetic flux density… Expand

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