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While the equilibrium response of superconducting weak link networks has been studied for a number of years. the dynamic or resistive state has received little attention. This paper develops a model for the resistive state in such networks. and shows that at low voltages there exist phase-locked regions within the network. which are separated by phase-slip paths which generate the observed voltage. The characteristic dimension of these phase-locked regions A. is shown to determine the power-law or n-value response of the resistive state of such networks.
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M1 is the first measurement for the time sequence. Time is measured in seconds. 29 'l'able l. 65 Parameters of NbTi Wires A Filament Dia. 6 Jc(5T) A/mm2 2400 2650 2560 2010 NbTi Fig. m. At various fields indicated by filled circles in Fig. 1, decay measurements were made. An example of the long time decay as seen in the magnetization measurements for the initial field sweep of the sample is shown in Fig. 2, where we have plotted the ratio M(t)/M1 against lnt. M1 is the first measurement taken in the time sequence.