We present an experimental study of local magnetic imaging in order to visualize the current flow in superconducting networks. We track the evolution of the spatial distribution of the current flow as the network is driven from fully superconducting to fully normal phases. Our results highlight the factors that contribute to the disordered flow in superconducting networks during their collapse, and demonstrate that the current is never uniformly distributed in the network. These results can assist the design and development of circuits based on superconductors and Josephson junctions.
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