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  1. A Sourcebook of Titanium Alloy Superconductivity by E.W. Collings, 1983-04-01
  2. Fundamentals of Superconductivity (Topics in Language and Linguistics) by Vladimir Z. Kresin, Stuart A. Wolf, 1990-09-30
  3. Type II Superconductivity (International series of monographs in natural philosophy) by D. Saint-James, G. Sarma, et all 1969-08
  4. RF Superconductivity for Accelerators by Hasan Padamsee, Jens Knobloch, et all 2008-03-18
  5. Superconductivity: The Next Revolution? by Gianfranco Vidali, 1993-05-28
  6. Superconductivity: Physics and Applications by Kristian Fossheim, Asle Sudboe, 2004-06-25
  7. The Hubbard Model and Anyon Superconductivity (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics) by E. Ercolessi, G. Morandi, et all 1990-09
  8. New Topics in Superconductivity Research
  9. Mechanisms of High Temperature Superconductivity: Proceedings of the NEC Symposium, Hakone, Japan, October 24-27, 1988 (Springer Series in Materials) by H. Kamimura, 1989-06
  10. Applied Superconductivity 1999, Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Applied Superconductivity, held at Sitges, Spain, 14-17 September 1999 ... Superconductivity Conference//Proceedings) by Obradors, 2000-06-01
  11. Superconductivity Research Advances (Horizons in World Physics, Volume 261)
  12. Electromagnetic Absorption in the Copper Oxide Superconductors (Selected Topics in Superconductivity) by Frank J. Owens, Charles P. Poole Jr., 1999-01-31
  13. Superconductivity and quantum fluids, (International series of monographs in natural philosophy) by Zygmunt M Galasiewicz, 1970
  14. Superconductivity: The Threshold of a New Technology by Jonathan Mayo, 1988-04

61. ARPES Studies Of Cuprate Fermiology: Superconductivity, Pseudogap And Quasiparti
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62. Heike Kamerlingh Onnes - Biography
A biography of the father of superconductivity by the Nobel Prize Organization.
Home FAQ Press Contact Us ... Nobel Prize in Physics Heike Kamerlingh Onnes - Biography
Heike Kamerlingh Onnes was born on September 21, 1853, at Groningen, The Netherlands. His father, Harm Kamerlingh Onnes, was the owner of a brickworks near Groningen; his mother was Anna Gerdina Coers of Arnhem, the daughter of an architect.
After spending the allotted time at the "Hoogere Burgerschool" in his native town (secondary school without classical languages), the director of which was the later Professor of Chemistry at Leyden J.M. van Bemmelen, he received supplementary teaching in Greek and Latin. In 1870 he entered the University of Groningen, obtained his "candidaats" degree (approx. B.Sc.) the following year, and then went to Heidelberg as a student of Bunsen and Kirchhoff from October 1871 until April 1873. Thereafter he returned to Groningen, where he passed his "doctoraal" examination (approx. M.Sc.) in 1878 and obtained the doctor's degree in 1879 with a remarkable thesis

63. Superconductivity
H. K. Onnes, Commun. Phys. Lab.12,120, (1911) H. Kamerlingh Onnes, after having successfully liquified helium in 1908, investigated the low temperature resistivity of mercury in 1911

64. National High Magnetic Field Laboratory: Introduction To Superconductivity (page
Introduction to superconductivity Overview By Kristen Coyne. W oe is us. Our utility bills are up. Politicians want to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico and other ecologically

65. American Superconductor
Develops commercial applications of superconductor technology and products for the global power industry. Information about superconductivity; products; employment in the industry; and investment. (Nasdaq AMSC)
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66. Materials Today - Superconductivity
Treating the entire superconductivity field, this unparalleled reference resource blends theoretical studies with experimental results to provide the scientists and engineers an
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67. Rial Vacuum Finber Group UHV Systems And Components
Products and services in the ultra-high vacuum, cryogenics and superconductivity sectors. Distributors list.

68. Ricor Cryogenic And Vacuum Systems
Design and manufacture of cryo-coolers for electro-optics, applied superconductivity, scientific instrumentation and vacuum applications.

69. Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI)
Government sponsored institute conducting research programs on electric power supply, energy efficiency, environmental protection, electrophysics, power apparatus, superconductivity, power-line telecommunication, and advanced materials.

70. Alberta University
Department of Physics, Centre for Nanoscale Physics ultrafast microscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy, nanocrystals and ion implantation, modelling of dynamics at solid surfaces, superconductivity, phase transitions and biophysics.

71. Cryogenics - Elsevier
International journal of low temperature engineering including applied superconductivity, cryoelectronics, cryophysics, cryogenics in medicine, and refrigeration and liquefaction technology. Mostly a subscription/information site.

72. Superconductivity
Library of online technical documents for electric power applications of superconductor technology, high Tc-conductors and related subjects.

73. Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Free Encyclopedia article addresses technology, applications, and problems. Links to related subjects.
Superconducting magnetic energy storage
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage (SMES) systems store energy in the magnetic field created by the flow of direct current in a superconducting coil which has been cryogenically cooled to a temperature below its superconducting critical temperature A typical SMES system includes three parts: superconducting coil , power conditioning system and cryogenically cooled refrigerator. Once the superconducting coil is charged, the current will not decay and the magnetic energy can be stored indefinitely. The stored energy can be released back to the network by discharging the coil. The power conditioning system uses an inverter rectifier to transform alternating current (AC) power to direct current or convert DC back to AC power. The inverter/rectifier accounts for about 2-3% energy loss in each direction. SMES loses the least amount of electricity in the energy storage process compared to other methods of storing energy. SMES systems are highly efficient; the round-trip efficiency is greater than 95%.

74. 2 MJ Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage -SMES
A 2 MJ superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) system made by ACCEL Instruments in a collaboration with the E.U.S. GmbH, Germany. Includes picture, schematic, and contact information.

75. Superconductor Experiments - Energy Storage Ring - Images SI, Inc.
Page illustrating simple experiment to show concept. Application for kit being sold at site. Uses superconducting toroid in a cup of liquid nitrogen with a compass to show magnetic field.
Fifth Experiment: Superconducting Energy Storage Ring
The S6 Superconductor Energy Storage Kit is simple to understand.The fundamental property of superconductors is its complete lack of resistance to electrical current. This property can be exploited by using a ring (toroid) of superconductor material to store electrical power. Once the current is induced in the toroidal, its lack of resistance allows the induced current to flow forever. These permanent currents in a superconductor are called persistent currents. The current also produces a magnetic field around the superconductor, creating a powerful electromagnet. The primary component in the S6 kit is a superconductor toroid (see Figure 4 ). To perform the experiment, the toroidal is completely immersed in liquid nitrogen (see Figure 5 A current is induced in the toroidal ring by passing a rare earth magnet through the opening of the toroidal. The toroidal may be momentarily removed from the liquid nitrogen to perform this operation, then quickly placed back into the liquid nitrogen. The induced current can be detected by measuring the deflection of a compass needle held in close proximity to the superconducting toroidal.

76. Defense Tech Briefs - Nasa Tech Briefs
6 MJ, 750 KVA Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage System. Schematic, picture, contact information, and links to more information. Article from the U. S. Air Force Research Laboratory s Materials and Manufacturing Directorate
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77. Antigravity Technology - Superconductive Electromagnetic Engine
Presented the structure and principle of the almighty engine, superconductive electromagnetic engine that can create antigravity force.
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I would like to make public an epoch-making new technology in the world.
The name of the new technology is "superconductive electromagnetic engine".
The superconductive electromagnetic engine is an inertial drive engine which drives without acting mutually with the outside of the hull and can do reactionless drive
I applied superconductivity to the new technology.
The engine is based on the macro quantum effect "momentum order" of superconductivity.
Since the superconductive electromagnetic engine changes electromagnetic power into driving force and cancels the reaction without using propellant and reaction mass, it is far more excellent than conventional engines. It is an almighty propulsion engine which can replace a rocket engine, a jet engine, an internal combustion engine and so on. It is dream technology by which we can make star ships, ships to fly in the air, cars to fly in the air, flying bodies like UFO, airplanes which are far more highly efficient than airplanes which use conventional engines, wheelchairs which can freely move in the air and so on possible. It is machinery not to make anti-gravity field but to make propulsive force which has the nature of anti-gravity.

78. Diboride Conductors Limited
Develops superconducting products based on magnesium diboride. In Cambridge, UK.

79. Cryomagnetics, Inc.
Manufacturers of Superconducting Magnets, Cryostats, and related Cryogenic Instrumentation

80. Research For The Future Program
Summary of research results from the University of Tokyo

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