Using the floating zone melting technique Bi(2)Sr(2)CaCu(2)O8+delta samples were prepared. The variation of pulling rate gives the possibility to change the grain size and texture of the sample. The critical current density j(c) dependences on magnetic field and temperature have been studied. It was found that for large magnetic fields the j(c) value is highly dependent on the magnetic field sweep rate dH/dt. The universal scaling behavior j(c)(H, dH/dt, T) has been observed.