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Resistive magnets

The associated technology research relies on three main fields: 

  • Magnet numerical modeling,
  • optimizing and characterizing the mechanical and electrical performances of copper alloys,
  • optimizing and characterizing high heat transfers (>5MW/m2) to control and improve the cooling of resistive magnets
 
 
 
 Top view of the central part of a 35 T magnet at the LNCMI      
 
 
Members of the laboratory involved : François Debray, Jean DumasChristophe Trophime Philippe Sala, Jean-Louis Demarinis
 

Technical support : Jurgen Spitznagel, Claude Mollard, David Ponton, Christian Auternaud, Eric VerneyMichael Kamke, Thibaut Disparti

 

With the collaboration of the CRETA, Insitut Néel, G2Elab, LEGI, LERMPS, LJK, CEA IRFU, CEA INAC, ESRF, ILL, CERN, Université de Strasbourg

 

 

 

 

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