6 edition of Superconducting Magnets (Monographs on Cryogenics, 2) found in the catalog.
March 26, 1987
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||352|
Provides a theoretical basis for the quantitative engineering design of superconducting magnet systems, ranging from the small instrument magnets, in everyday use as research tools, For specialists the book is essential reading. book: solenoid magnet design. the magnetic and mechanical aspects of resistive and superconducting systems. solenoid magnet design. the magnetic and mechanical aspects of resistive and superconducting systems. full record; other related research; authors: montgomery, d b.
Particular emphasis has been given to beam transport and accelerator magnets in high energy particle physics.\" \"The book provides the reader with the necessary expertise to reliably design, manufacture, and test complex high field superconducting magnets. from a superconducting material, say, from lead, is held in the normal state above the transition temperature T c. A magnetic rod serves for applying a magnetic field penetrating the ring opening. Now we cool the ring below the transition tem-perature T c at which it becomes superconducting. The magnetic field1) penetrating.
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The main topic of the book are the superconducting dipole and quadrupole magnets needed in high-energy accelerators and storage rings for protons, antiprotons or heavy ions. The basic principles of low-temperature superconductivity are outlined with special emphasis on the effects which are relevant for accelerator by: This book is the first to treat the engineering of superconductivity.
It provides a complete theoretical basis for the quantitative engineering design of superconducting magnet systems, from the small instrument magnets used as everyday research tools to the very large magnet systems used to work on thermonuclear fusion and magnetohydrodynamic power by: Case Studies in Superconducting Magnets, Second Edition, is intended for graduate students as well as professional engineers, and covers the basic design and operational issues of superconducting magnet technology.
Based principally on magnet projects, chiefly of high-field DC solenoidal magnets, at the Francis Bitter Magnet Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this book Cited by: Many books treat the physics of superconductivity; very few until now have covered the engineering.
Superconducting Magnets meets this need, providing a complete theoretical basis for the quantitative engineering design of superconducting magnet systems, ranging from the small instrument magnets, now in everyday use as research tools, to the very large magnet systems used for work on.
XIX Magnets. Superconducting magnet design requires simultaneously achieving high critical fields, high critical currents, and suitably malleable wire. The slope dB c2 /dT≈−2T/K of YBaCuO is typical, and gives a critical field of 30 T at the temperature of liquid nitrogen, as shown in Fig.
and in Table I-2 of Poole et al. The book is based on the long experience of the author in studying superconducting materials, building magnets and numerous lectures delivered to scholars. A researcher and graduate student will enjoy reading the book to learn various aspects of magnet applications of : $ A superconducting magnet is an electromagnet made from coils of superconducting must be cooled to cryogenic temperatures during operation.
In its superconducting state the wire has no electrical resistance and therefore can conduct much larger electric currents than ordinary wire, creating intense magnetic fields.
Superconducting magnets can produce greater magnetic fields than all. The development of superconducting magnet science and technology is dependent on higher magnetic field strength and better field quality. The high magnetic field is an exciting cutting-edge technology full of challenges and also essential for many significant discoveries in science and technology, so it is an eternal scientific goal for scientists and by: 1.
Superconducting magnets and other large inserts are introduced into liquid helium from the top. Aluminum Fiberglass Liquid Helium Dewar: Vapor shielded aluminum fiberglass is the most popular style for bucket dewars.
Liquid nitrogen shielding is available as optional feature for improved dewar efficiency. The results obtained through numerical analysis were analyzed and compared.
As a result, we confirmed that the magnitude of the force exerted on the electrons between the mechanical contacts with the superconducting magnets increased about times and reasoned the.
This open access book is written by world-recognized experts in the fields of applied superconductivity and superconducting accelerator magnet technologies. It provides a contemporary review and assessment of the experience in research and development of high-field accelerator dipole magnets based on Nb3Sn superconductor over the past five decades.
Superconducting wires and cables are employed in many application fields, from NMR and MRI magnets, to high field magnets for test equipments, for nuclear fusion devices or for accelerators, where the low temperature superconductors Nb–Ti and Nb 3 Sn are typically used.
The possibility to use liquid nitrogen or cryo-free cooling technologies. high magnetic fields of either large superconducting currents or small air gaps in normal ferromagnetic circuits.
A dictionary of common terms is provided at the end of the section and a reference list is included featuring books, Maglev studies and Maglev URLs. Magnetic Fields Caused by Magnetized Materials.
This open access book is written by world-recognized experts in the fields of applied superconductivity and superconducting accelerator magnet technologies.
It provides a contemporary review and assessment of the experience in research and development of high-field accelerator dipole magnets based on Nb 3 Sn superconductor over the past five. Purchase Concise Encyclopedia of Magnetic and Superconducting Materials - 2nd Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNApplied Superconductivity. This note provides a phenomenological approach to superconductivity, with emphasis on superconducting electronics.
Topics covered include: electrodynamics of superconductors, London's model, flux quantization, Josephson Junctions, superconducting quantum devices, equivalent circuits, high-speed superconducting electronics, and quantized circuits for quantum computing.
In section 3 we detail the characteristics of the magnetic and superconducting materials employed and the results of the experimental works carried out in this field. In section 4 we give a critical view of the different models developed for reproducing the behavior of a HTS in the field of a permanent magnet.
In the conclusions, we detail the. Superconducting Magnets Type II superconductors such as niobium-tin and niobium-titanium are used to make the coil windings for superconducting magnets. These two materials can be fabricated into wires and can withstand high magnetic fields.
Typical construction of the coils is to embed a large number of fine filaments (20 micrometers diameter) in a copper matrix. The book is based on the long experience of the author in studying superconducting materials, building magnets and numerous lectures delivered to scholars.
A researcher and graduate student will enjoy reading the book to learn various aspects of magnet applications of superconductivity.
The paper outlines the base load-scale magnet requirements, the status of design concepts, the economic considerations, the status of past and present magnet constructions, and required future developments for large superconducting magnets for MHD application.
Enough magnet systems have been built and tested to establish the qualitative design trends that are most likely to lead to reliable. This book focuses on the phenonmena and theory, rather than on experimental practice.
Wilson, Martin, Superconducting Magnets Clarendon Press, Oxford, A useful book for anyone who works with superconducting magnets. It includes simple methods for apporoximating the field of a magnet coil.MRI and NMR magnets have become the most successful application of superconducting magnet technology and this trend should continue.
The 2nd edition will have new materials never treated formally in any other book of this kind. As with the 1st, most subjects will be presented through problem format to educate and train the designer.
.These magnets are 10 times stronger than the strongest electromagnets. These magnets are currently in use in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), which produces high-quality images of the body interior without dangerous radiation. Another interesting application of superconductivity is the SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device).