On the Thermoelectric Effect in a Superconducting Ring
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Thermoelectric effects in superconductors attracted much attention recently (see review paperl). In particular, when the temperature gradient in a superconducting bimetallic ring is present, the magnetic flux and thermoelectric current arise, which have inductive origin.1 In Ref. 2 it was pointed out that an additional contribution to the magnetic flux arises if the mutual transformation of the superconducting and normal currents is taken into account. This additional effect is considered in more details in the present paper.
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Gulian A.M. and Zharkov G.F. On thermoelectric effect in superconducting ring. In: Thermoelectricity in Metallic Conductors (Eds. J. Blatt and P.A. Shroeder) (New York, Plenum Press) 1978, pp. 189-193. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-6830-5_23
Springer-Verlag US 1978
In Frank J. Blatt and Peter A. Schroeder (Eds.), Thermoelectricity in Metallic Conductors. Dr. Gulian's chapter begins on page 189.
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