Field and Current Measurements and Calculations in a Superconducting Tape-Wound Magnet
The accurate knowledge of currents and fields within a superconducting winding is not usually required. This is because the working region of a magnet is a small distance away from the region occupied by the winding itself, and no great error is introduced by assuming a uniform current density. However, in flux jump investigations the field and current should be known accurately inside the superconductors. This presentation describes how these may be calculated.
KeywordsLiquid Helium Radial Component Hall Probe Radial Field Trap Field
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