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Semenov, A. D., Sergeev, A. V., Kouminov, P., Goghidze, I. G., Heusinger, M. A., Nebosis, R. S., et al. (1993). Transparency of YBCO film/substrate interfaces for thermal phonons determined by photoresponse measurements. In H. C. Freyhardt (Ed.), Proc. 1st European Conf. on Appl. Supercond. (Vol. 2, pp. 1443–1446).
Abstract: Direct measurements of the thermal boundary resistance were performed by means of the stationary method. In this approach the temperature of an electrically heated film is controlled by its dc resistance while an additional film on the same substrate is used as a thermometer monitoring substrate temperature. The temperature field in the substrate is then calculated to deduce the Kapitza temperature step at the interface between the heated strip and the substrate. The main statement of all afore-said papers is that experimental values of the thermal boundary resistance are too large to be explained by the acoustic mismatch model. In this paper we investigate transparency of YBaCuO film/substrate interfaces for thermal phonons by means of photoresponse measurements. We show that our data are in reasonable agreement with the acoustic mismatch theory.