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New Frontier: Brian O'Leary Interview
Bruce DiPalma's Zen machine with two million dollars funding from Toshiba Corporation to develop superconducting magnets for his device. So you see, these developments are happening on a broad front. The ...
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UKAEA Fusion
The next largest cost is anticipated to be the buildings needed to house ... do not use superconducting magnets since the required experimental plasmas, lasting less than 1 minute, can be achieved without the additional complexity. Those experiments that do use superconducting magnets have so far ...
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Niobium (Nb) - Chemical properties, Health and Environmental effects
Niobium-tin and niobium-titanium alloys are used as wires for superconducting magnets capable of producing exceedingly strong magnetic fields. Niobium is also used its pure form to make superconducting ...
lenntech.com


Philadelphia Math Science Partnership - Science in the Headlines
Magnets to Launch Satellites A ring of superconducting magnets could fire a projectile into space. Saturn's Black & White Moon Scientists ...
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NEMA - 2004 Recipient
GE decided to enter the MRI market. Other machines of the era used magnets of 0.5 Tesla. Robb thought that jumping to 1.5 Tesla might lead to ... of that particular strength wouldn’t penetrate the body. Robb went ahead anyway, employing a superconducting magnet, the only device that could economically produce such a strong magnetic field. It took ...
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HBOI | Press Relations | Powerful New Biotech Equipment Accelerating Harbor Branch Quest for Drugs from the Sea
The heart of the new system is a monstrous 600 MHz superconducting magnet weighing about a ton that must be cooled using liquid nitrogen and liquid helium ... it can be damaged. Given that the magnet was custom made in England by Oxford Magnets, and would take at least six months to replace, moving the magnet into its second ...
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