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    • Superchilling, ice fraction and quality 

      Stevik, Astrid; Haugen, Nils Erland L; Duun, Anne Sissel; Walnum, Harald Taxt; Nordtvedt, Tom Ståle (Chapter, 2010)
      The scope of the current experiments was to superchill a selection of fresh food by two superchilling methods followed by extensive storage studies and monitoring of quality during superchilled storage. Several methods for ...
    • Superconducting phase transistor in diffusive four-terminal ferromagnetic Josephson junctions 

      Alidoust, Mohammad; Sewell, Granville; Linder, Jacob (Journal article, 2012)
      We study diffusive magnetic Josephson junctions with four superconducting terminals in the weak proximity limit where the leads are arranged in cross form. Employing the linearized Keldysh-Usadel technique, the anomalous ...
    • Superconducting proximity effect in silicene: Spin-valley-polarized Andreev reflection, nonlocal transport, and supercurrent 

      Linder, Jacob; Yokoyama, Takehito (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      We theoretically study the superconducting proximity effect in silicene, which features massive Dirac fermions with a tunable mass (band gap), and compute the conductance across a normal-superconductor (N-S) silicene ...
    • Superconducting spintronics 

      Linder, Jacob; Robinson, Jason W.A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Traditional studies that combine spintronics and superconductivity have mainly focused on the injection of spin-polarized quasiparticles into superconducting materials. However, a complete synergy between superconducting ...
    • Superconducting spintronics with magnetic domain walls 

      Linder, Jacob; Halterman, Klaus (Journal article, 2014)
      The recent experimental demonstration of spin-polarized supercurrents offers a venue for establishment of a superconducting analog to conventional spintronics. Whereas domain-wall motion in purely magnetic structures is a ...
    • Superconducting vortices in half-metals 

      Fyhn, Eirik Holm; Linder, Jacob (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      When the impurity mean free path is short, only spin-polarized Cooper pairs which are nonlocally and antisymmetrically correlated in time may exist in a half-metallic ferromagnet. As a consequence, the half-metal acts as ...
    • Superconductivity induced by interfacial coupling to magnons 

      Rohling, Niklas; Fjærbu, Eirik Løhaugen; Brataas, Arne (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      We consider a thin normal metal sandwiched between two ferromagnetic insulators. At the interfaces, the exchange coupling causes electrons within the metal to interact with magnons in the insulators. This electron-magnon ...
    • Supercontinuum generation in Mid-IR using Chalcogenide and Germanate Nonlinear Fiber 

      Tolstik, Nikolai; Sorokin, Evgeni; Kalashnikov, Vladimir; Klimentov, Dmitry; Dvoyrin, Vladislav; Sorokina, Irina T (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      We demonstrate mid-infrared (mid-IR) supercontinuum generation with bandwidth from 2 to 2.8 μm at 20 dB below the peak in nonlinear step-index chalcogenide fiber using femtosecond mid-IR pulses directly from the oscillator. ...
    • Superconvergent patch recovery and a posteriori error estimation technique in adaptive isogeometric analysis 

      Kumar, Mukesh; Kvamsdal, Trond; Johannessen, Kjetil Andre (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Highlights • A posteriori error estimation methodology for adaptive isogeometric analysis using LR B-splines is developed. • Superconvergent patch recovery of gradient field on adaptive meshes is developed. • Algorithm for ...
    • Supercurrent vortex pinball via a triplet Cooper pair inverse Edelstein effect 

      Amundsen, Morten; Linder, Jacob (Journal article, 2017)
      We consider the Josephson effect through a thin spin-orbit coupled layer in the presence of an exchange field h, and discover a set of supercurrent vortices appearing in the system which can be controllably moved around ...
    • Supercurrent-induced magnetization dynamics in a Josephson junction with two misaligned ferromagnetic layers 

      Linder, Jacob; Yokohama, Takehito (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      We investigate supercurrent-induced magnetization dynamics in a Josephson junction with two misaligned ferromagnetic layers and demonstrate a variety of effects by solving numerically the Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert equation. ...
    • SuperDARN Observations of Semidiurnal Tidal Variability in the MLT and the Response to Sudden Stratospheric Warming Events 

      Hibbins, Robert; Espy, Patrick Joseph; Orsolini, Yvan; Limpasuvan, Varavut; Barnes, R. J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Using meteor wind data from the Super Dual Auroral Radar Network (SuperDARN) in the Northern Hemisphere, we (1) demonstrate that the migrating (Sun‐synchronous) tides can be separated from the nonmigrating components in ...
    • Superdense dark matter clumps 

      Dokuchaev, V; Berezinsky, V; Eroshenko, Y; Kachelriess, Michael; Solberg, Marius Aase (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      We describe the cosmological scenario for the formation of superdense dark matter clumps. As an interesting particular example the case of superheavy neutralino as DMparticles is considered. The small-scale superdense ...
    • “Superfast!” managing the urgent: case study of telecommunications infrastructure project in Algeria 

      Zidane, Youcef J-T.; Klakegg, Ole Jonny; Andersen, Bjørn; Hussein, Bassam (Journal article, 2018)
      Purpose With the aim of furthering the understanding of project speed and how to manage the urgent project, the purpose of this paper is to investigate the management challenges involved in delivering a telecommunications ...
    • Superfersk fisk med riktig kvalitet 

      Aursand, Ida Grong; Forås, Eskil; Senneset, Gunnar; Sørensen, Carl-Fredrik; Dahle, Stine Veronica Wiborg; Grimsmo, Leif (Research report, 2010)
      Rapporten består av to deler; Del I er et case-studium kalt "Kortreist ferskfisk fra lokal fiskehandler''. Målet for studier var å kartlegge transportkjeden og å dokumentere kvalitet for " kortreist" torsk fra skuteside ...
    • Superfluidity breakdown and multiple roton gaps in spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensates in an optical lattice 

      Toniolo, Daniele; Linder, Jacob (Journal article, 2014)
      We investigate the superfluid phases of a Rashba spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein condensate residing on a two-dimensional square optical lattice in the presence of an effective Zeeman field Ω. At a critical value Ω=Ωc, ...
    • Supergiant elasticity and fracture of 3D spirally wound MoS2 

      Wu, Jianyang; He, Jianying; Ariza, Pilar; Ortiz, Michael; Zhang, Zhiliang (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Recently experimentally synthesized three-dimensional (3D) MoS2 spiral is a new kind of helical structure with technically robust properties. Among them, the mechanical properties of such appealing materials are indispensable ...
    • Superlattice in collapsed graphene wrinkles 

      Verhagen, Tim; Pacáková, Barbara; Bousa, Milan; Hubner, Uwe; Kalbac, Martin; Vejpravova, Jana; Frank, Otakar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Topographic corrugations, such as wrinkles, are known to introduce diverse physical phenomena that can significantly modify the electrical, optical and chemical properties of two-dimensional materials. This range of assets ...
    • Supervision by an artist creating a poetic universe as a reference in the development of aesthetic approaches to pedagogical supervision 

      Østern, Anna-Lena (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      This article is based on a study of what contributes to the development of an aesthetic approach to supervision that might be identified in a choreographer’s supervision of artists in a co-creative artistic production ...
    • Supervisory Control of Line Breakage for Thruster-Assisted Position Mooring System 

      Ren, Zhengru; Skjetne, Roger; Hassani, Vahid (Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Thruster-assisted position mooring (TAPM) is an energy-efficient and reliable stationkeeping method for deep water structures. Mooring line breakage can significantly influence the control system, and ultimately reduce ...