Application ID: 689
Superconducting materials have zero resistivity up to a certain critical current density, above which the resistivity increases rapidly. To model such a material, this example uses the Magnetic Field Formulation physics interface.
The model was based on a suggestion by Dr. Roberto Brambilla, CESI - Superconductivity Dept., Milano, Italy.
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