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Elongated grains in textured substrate tapes and their effect on transport currents in superconductor layers
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10.1063/1.2429905
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Sketch of a coated conductor containing grains with big aspect ratio. Large currents are supported by the conductor, because bypasses around the standard, small area grain boundaries are provided (Ref. 10).

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(a) EBSD mapping of a cube textured Ag substrate tape with a grain aspect ratio of about 4; low angle grain boundaries are light gray and high angle grain boundaries are black; (b) histogram of grain orientations.

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Magnetic field dependence of the critical current density for an YBCO film grown on the substrate with additional buffer layers of . (a) SEM image of the substrate microstructure with schematically sketched transversal and longitudinal specimens and (b) field dependence measured parallel to the axis of the YBCO layer. Resistive measurement at .

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Scitation: Elongated grains in textured substrate tapes and their effect on transport currents in superconductor layers
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/90/1/10.1063/1.2429905
10.1063/1.2429905
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