Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature – per se – Having tc greater than or equal to 150 k
264 24, 505727, C01F 1102, C01G 302, H01B 106, H01L 3924
A method of processing polycrystalline material to achieve at least uniaxial crystal alignment utilizing the anisotropy of conductivity of the crystalline material. The polycrystalline material is provided in a fluid suspension or other malleable form. A non-static magnetic field is applied to the crystalline material. Eddy currents induced in the individual crystals as a result of the non-static magnetic field generate a magnetic moment in the individual crystals which aligns itself and thus the individual crystals parallel to the applied non-static magnetic field, thus producing in-plane alignment of the crystals. Further processing including multi-axis crystal alignment is also disclosed utilizing the same procedure.
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