Publication of books2

Publication of books2

Hello, I am Yu Terao from the Department of Advanced Energy Engineering. I would like to advertise myself by covering the title of a certain Prof. K. LOL.

I have written a book for students who are new to the “superconductivity field” and for corporate engineers, which has already been released on 1 December.

Superconductivity for beginners: an ultra-introduction to theory, experiment and analysis
TERAO Yutaka

This publication is organised into the following chapters.
Chapter 1: Introduction to superconductivity
Chapter 2: Experiments with superconducting materials
Chapter 3: Modelling of superconducting electromagnetic phenomena
Chapter 4: Electromagnetic field analysis of permanent magnets
Chapter 5: Consideration of current density in a bulk superconductor
Chapter 6 Magnetisation analysis of bulk superconductors using n-value models

Although there are a good number of specialist books on superconductivity in electrical engineering and electronic engineering combined, there are very few books for beginners (especially in the field of electrical engineering), and I remember learning while struggling to get my head around the ‘difficult books’ written by great teachers when I was a student.

That is one orthodox way to study, but I personally am someone who was really bad at it in high school and as a ronin and had to go and ask teachers at a “hand-to-hand” level, so I thought it would be good to have a book on the basics, on the “multiplication table 99” or “1 + 1 = 2” level, so I wrote This is the book I wrote.

The contents consist of the basics of superconductivity theory relations (Chapter 1), basic experiments on superconductivity (Chapter 2), the basics of superconducting electromagnetic phenomena calculations (Chapter 3) and the basics of superconductivity analysis using the finite element method analysis software COMSOL (Chapters 4, 5 and 6).

It is positioned as a ‘stepping stone’ for beginners before reading more difficult books, so it is not a book that covers everything in the field of superconductivity, but even so, as a first step, it can be used to learn all the entrances to theory, experiment and analysis, so it would be reasonably useful for beginners to have a copy. I think it would be useful for beginners to have a copy of this book.

In particular, the formulas that appear abruptly in difficult technical books are carefully described in terms of how they are derived from Maxwell’s equations and, as far as possible, the intermediate calculations are written without abbreviations.

It also contains columns on a wide (?) range of topics, covering topics such as labs, academic conferences, and even stories from my own student days on blind dates. It also contains columns on a wide range of topics.

It seems that royalties are coming in, but in order to go out drinking with the royalties, of course you have to sell a certain amount… So, you all know what that means, don’t you? Please buy this book in bulk! LOL.

Joking aside, I would like to thank Prof. Osaki and everyone in the laboratory, the academic community, my family and all those who have helped me to write this book.

I wanted to take a refreshing ‘good-looking’ photo with a beer and a book like a certain Prof. K, but I realised that the photo was full of a party animal feel… lol.

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