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Elastic energy of the vortex state in type II superconductors. I. High inductions
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The elastic properties of the flux line lattice (FLL) in type II superconductors are calculated from the linearized Ginzburg-Landau (GL) theory for large inductionsB≈Hc2. They appear to be strongly nonlocal, i.e., the elastic modulic11 andc44 for homogeneous deformations do not apply if the strain field varies over distances λ/(1−B/Hc2)1/2 ≫d (λ is the penetration depth,d is the FL distance). For smaller strain wavelength,c11 andc44 are smaller by factors (1−B/Hc2)2/2κ2 and (1−B/Hc2)/ 2κ2, respectively. The order parameter and local field of a deformed FLL exhibit the expected spatial “frequency modulation,” but also a pronounced “amplitude modulation” whose degree of modulation increases with the strain wavelength. The results of further calculations avoiding the linearization of the GL theory are given.
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GL theory
1977-03-01
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type-II superconductors
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Ginzburg-Landau theory
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elastic properties
flux line lattice
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https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00654876
II superconductors
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Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung, Institut für Physik, Stuttgart, Germany
Max-Planck-Institut für Metallforschung, Institut für Physik, Stuttgart, Germany
10.1007/bf00654876
doi
Mathematical Sciences
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pub.1007741340
1573-7357
0022-2291
Journal of Low Temperature Physics
Springer Nature
E. H.
Brandt
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Condensed Matter Physics