Split-Pair Superconducting Magnet System for Self-Colliding Beam Experiments
For more than a decade, superconductive magnets have been used increasingly in complex experimental facilities in support of high-energy physics. In particular, accelerator technology and plasma research are areas where superconductive magnets have become almost indispensible.
KeywordsLimit Shear Stress Helium Vapor Split Pair Coil Radius Magnet Pair
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