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J-GLOBAL ID:200904055707742559  Research Project code:9850000032 Update date:May. 14, 2003

Promotion of research and development of novel superconductive materials

新超伝導材料の研究開発の推進
Study period:1995 - 2001
Organization (1):
Investigating Researcher (1):
Research overview:
1) Target: We promote research related to theoretical elucidation, development of fundamental technique of material utilization, and development of application oriented to improvement of life and environments, under a multi-core system consisting of the cores relating to design and development assisting system of novel superconductive materials, one relating to analysis and evaluation, and the other relating to development and application, respectively. 2) Research program: (1) Theoretical information core: Study attempts theoretical elucidation of generating mechanism of superconductivity, phenomenalistic elucidation of improvement of critical current characteristics, and creation of a database collecting information of superconductive materials; (2) Material utilization basis core: Development of fundamental techniques related to formation of thin film and wire of novel superconductive materials is attempted to promote utilization of these novel superconductive materials. (3) Characteristics evaluation core: Study verifies the theory proposed by the theoretical information core, evaluates characteristics of the novel superconductive materials synthesized by the material utilization core, and conducts characteristics evaluation of superconductive materials for development of application instruments investigated in "application of strong magnetic field" core. (4) "Strong magnetic field" core: Study of this core is related to development of instruments (for NMR analysis and magnetic separation) using strong magnetic field that owes to superconductivity. (k2001.10)
Keywords (7):
超伝導材料 ,  超伝導薄膜 ,  超伝導線 ,  超伝導 ,  強磁場 ,  データベース ,  臨界電流
Research program: Special Research and Development
Ministry with control over the research :
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
Research budget: 1999: \1,835,692,000

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