Case Studies in Superconducting Magnets: Design and Operational Issues

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Springer Science & Business Media, 1994 - Science - 421 pages
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This story is concerned with the lasting bond of friendship between two men and how their lives unfold, from the time when they are at boarding school together, to when they become husbands, then fathers, and in Hartmann's case a grandfather. Each is haunted by their past in their comfortable, bourgeois life in which everything is going well until Hartmann's daughter has a miscarriage. They then realize, for the first time since childhood, that a disorder has occurred which they are unable to put right.
 

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Contents

ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 2 1 Introduction
1
Nonlinear cooling curves
4
Problem 8
20
Fault condition in hybrid magnets
95
Stresses in an epoxyimpregnated solenoid
103
Optimum gascooled leadsPart 1
125
Optimum leads for a vacuum environment
137
Radiation heat transfer into a cryostat
151
Stability analyses of Hybrid III
235
6
256
Problem
262
Disk 7
274
Splice dissipation in Hybrid III NbTi coil
300
QUOTATION SOURCES AND CHARACTER IDENTIFICATION
306
Passive Protection of isolated magnets
355
Basic concepts Passive Protection of isolated magnets
362

Laboratoryscale hydrogen neon condenser
155
CHAPTER5 MAGNETIZATION OF HARD SUPERCONDUCTORS
163
Magnetization with transport current
172
Magnetization with transport current
179
CHAPTER6 STABILITY
189
Cryostability
210
6
213
Equalarea criterion TheMPZconcept
224
NZP velocity in HTS magnets
370
11
377
19
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