Thermogalvanomagnetic Effects in the Vortex Field of Type-II Superconductor

Bogdan T. Maruszewski


The motion of vortices in a type-II superconductor is accompanied by a heat flux coming
from the vortices themselves what leads to such thermogalvanomagnetic nonlinear effects
like the Nernst,Ettingshausen and Righi-Leduc ones. Moreover, another nonlinear and
perpendicular to the above mentioned effect occurs. It is called the Hall effect.Except
for those nonlinear phenomena also linear phenomena hve been observed during that motion,
i.e. the Peltier and Seebeck effects.The paper aims at formulation a nonconventional
thermodynamical model of the above konetic phenomena.As a result we expect to obtain forms
of constitutive laws related to those second rank kinetic effects.

[DOI: 10.1685 / CSC06111] About DOI

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