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IEVref: | 815-12-26 | ID: | |

Language: | en | Status: Standard | |

Term: | scaling law of pinning force density | ||

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Definition: | empirical law which describes the pinning force density as separable functions of temperature T and magnetic flux density, B
Note 1 to entry: The pinning force density, | ||

Publication date: | 2015-11 | ||

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Note 1 to entry: The pinning force density, *F*_{p}, is typically given by *F*_{p} ∝ [*B*_{c2}(*T*)]^{m}*f*(*b*), where *m* is a real number, *f*(*b*) is a function of the reduced magnetic flux density *b* = *B*/*B*_{c2} and *B*_{c2} = *μ*_{0}*H*_{c2}, where *μ*_{0} is the magnetic constant and *H*_{c2} is the upper critical field strength.