A High Field Magnet Combining Superconductors with Water-Cooled Conductors
The term “hybrid” magnet has been coined to describe coils in which part of the field is generated by superconductors and part by non-superconductors. Such systems have the advantage in that they can produce higher fields than can be produced by either of their parts alone. In addition, they can represent a rather economical approach to very high fields for laboratories that already possess either power supplies or refrigerators of reasonable capacity.
KeywordsHigh Field Magnet Critical Heat Flux Vacuum Vessel Helium Cryostat Hybrid Magnet
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