Rev. Phys. Appl. (Paris)
Volume 5, Numéro 1, février 1970
|Page(s)||49 - 52|
Shielding with superconductors in small magnetic fieldsA.F. Hildebrandt
University of Houston, Department of Physics, Houston, Texas (U.S.A.)
The shielding properties of a superconducting lead shell have been investigated in fields of the order of 10-4 gauss. The small ambient fields were obtained with a room size μ-metal shield. Fields of less than 2 microgauss were obtained over a sphere of 7.5 cm diameter. This region is at room temperature and is suitable for magnetometer testing.
0755 - Magnetic instruments and techniques.
7470 - Superconducting materials.
3220 - Superconducting materials.
3240 - Superconducting devices.
5230 - Electromagnetic compatibility and interference.
lead -- magnetic devices -- magnetic shielding -- superconducting devices -- superconducting materials