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By Shoji Tanaka (auth.), Tsutomu Yamashita, Kei-ichi Tanabe (eds.)

The twelfth foreign Symposium on Superconductivity used to be held in Morioka, Japan, October 17-19, 1999. Convened every year due to the fact 1988, the symposium covers the entire box of superconductivity from primary physics and chemistry to a number of purposes. on the twelfth Symposium, a mini-symposium targeting the two-dimensionality of high-temperature superconductors, or the c-axis delivery, and a consultation on vortex physics have been equipped. there have been additionally many studies at the contemporary advancements of YBCO-based covered conductors either within the usa and in Japan, AC losses of wires and tapes, advancements of bulk fabrics with robust flux pinning, the hot growth in skinny movie and junction applied sciences, and the demonstration of varied electronics functions utilizing SQUIDs, microwave units, and single-flux-quantum (SFQ) electronic units. This quantity is a important source for all these operating within the box of superconductivity.

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NAGANO, H. SUGIYAMA ........................................................... 993 The Effect of Process Parameters on the Electrical Properties of Ramp-Edge Josephson Junctions with Modified Interfaces M. INAGAKI, K. YOSHIDA, G. MATSUDA, N. HAYASHI, A. HAYAKAWA .......................................................................................................... 996 XXXII Improvement of the Ramp Edge Junction Properties by Interface Treatment T. MAKITA, G. ALvARFZ, K. TOMA, K. TANABE .............................................................

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At low temperatures, the high critical fields would allow of competition with low temperature superconductors and the 21 Tesla maximum field available from existing A15 conductor would be exceeded. These goals have proven to be difficult of realisation. The production of long lengths of flexible conductor, able to carry high current densities in high magnetic fields, has turned out to be a very serious challenge. The behaviour of HTS materials is very different to that of LTS materials, especially in respect of critical currents in magnetic fields.

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