fluxon

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fluxon

[′flək‚sän]
(solid-state physics)
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The 15 papers describe the visualization of fluxons and their interaction on the nanoscale and in nanostructured superconductors, the behavior of different types of fluxons in mesoscopic and layered superconductors, and progress in controlling static fluxon configurations and the dynamic properties of fluxons in nanoscale superconductors.
Segall, "Thermal depinning of fluxons in discrete Josephson rings," Physical Review B, vol.
Similar results have also been obtained by Comte and Marquie [22] in the reaction-diffusion equation modeling the propagation of fluxons (kink with compact support) in a NLTL where the compactification of kinks originates from the nonlinear diffusion process.
which is used to model many different nonlinear phenomena [15], including the propagation of dislocations in crystals and the behavior of elementary particles and the propagation of fluxons in Josephson junctions.