Contribution of vanadium particles to thermal movement of correlated two-dimensional pancake Abrikosov vortices in Bi-2223 superconducting system [Contribución de las partículas de vanadio al movimiento térmico de los vórtices de Abrikosov tipo panqueque bidimensionales correlacionados en el sistema superconductor Bi-2223]
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CitationUlgen, A. T., Erdem, Ü., Yildirim, G., Turkoz, M. B., & Turgay, T. (2022). Contribution of vanadium particles to thermal movement of correlated two-dimensional pancake Abrikosov vortices in Bi-2223 superconducting system. Boletín de la Sociedad Española de Cerámica y Vidrio.
This article breaks new ground in understanding of variation in the magnetic strength performance, flux pinning and energy dissipation mechanism of polycrystalline bulk Bi1.8Sr2.0Ca2.2Cu3.0Oy (Bi-2223) superconducting materials added with the different vanadium concentration level (0.0 ≤ x ≤ 0.30) under the magnetic field strengths applied up to 5 T for the first time. We provide the sophisticated and phenomenological discussions on the magnetoresistivity measurement results in three main sections along the paper. All the findings show that the increase of both the vanadium concentration in the crystal structure and external magnetic field strength damages significantly the magnetic strength performance, vortex dynamics, flux pinning ability and vortex lattice elasticity of bulk Bi-2223 superconducting ceramics. The vanadium addition promotes thermally the movement of correlated two-dimensional (2D) pancake Abrikosov vortices between the in-plane Cu–O2 layers in the valance band, vortex lattice elasticity, vortex dynamics, distance for interlayer Josephson couplings and flux pinning centers and the theoretical computations confirm the remarkable degradation in the formation of super-electrons in the Bi-2223 crystal system. Thus, the vanadium addition is anticipated to be one of the best selectable materials to examine the differentiation in the thermal movement of correlated 2D Pancake Abrikosov vortices in the bulk Bi-2223 superconducting system.