6.763 Applied Superconductivity
Lecture 1
Terry P. Orlando
Dept. of Electrical Engineering
MIT
September 8, 2005
Outline
What is a Superconductor?
Discovery of Superconductivity
Meissner Effect
Type I Superconductors
Type II Superconductors
Theory of Sup
Lecture 9: Macroscopic Quantum Model
Outline
1. Development of Quantum Mechanics
2.
Schrdinger's Equation
3.
Physical meaning of Wavefunction
4.
Free particle
With forces
With Electromagnetic force
Probability density and Probability Current density
Macro
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Problem Set 4
Problem 1: Problem 4.15.
Problem 2: Problem 4.16.
Problem 3: Problem 4.20.
Problem 4: Problem 4.21.
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Problem Set 5
Problem 1: Problem 5.5 in Foundations of Applied Superconductivity.
Problem 2: Problem 5.9.
As a review, you may
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Problem Set 6
Problem 1: Problem 8.2 in Foundations of Applied Superconductivity. No
tice that the transcendental equation that
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6.763 Applied Superconductivity
Problem Set 3
Problem 1: Problem 3.7
Problem 2: Problem 3.15. Notice you are not told to use the bulk approx
imation.
Problem 3
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Problem Set 2
Problem 1: Problem 2.13 in Foundations of Applied Superconductivity.
Problem 2: Problem 3.3.
Problem 3: Problem 3
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Problem Set 1
Problem 1: Problem 2.1 in Foundations of Applied Superconductivity.
Problem 2: Problem 2.3.
Problem 3: Problem 2.