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hzbHFM • Building the Strongest Magnet­ in the World of Neutron Scattering

The Making of a High Field Magnet­ — No Second Tries

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    High field magnet for neutron scattering has made its way to Italy

    (Deutsche Version)After five years of manufacture, the superconducting spool for the new high field magnet for neutron scattering finally took off from Atlanta, USA, inside the belly of an MD-11F Lufthansa cargo plane on October 9, 2013, at 3:00 am EST. The plane landed in the cargo area at Frankfurt Airport promptly at 6:21 pm that same day. Following German customs clearance, the magnet was …

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    The trip from Tallahassee

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    Florida State University says "Auf Wiedersehen" …

    Very nice: A short audio piece from Florida State University with some of the people behind the …

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    What is a hybrid magnet?

    The HZB High Field Magnet will be a hybrid of a resistive magnet and a superconducting magnet. Here, MagLab's Scott Hannah explains what this is all about.

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    Travel with care

    The magnet travels on a very special transport rig, sitting on an array of dampers. It may look …

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  • authored 4 years ago:

    The magnet is leaving home

    It's a big day. After more than six years of planning and construction, the magnet is about to start …

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