What are the next exciting magnets in development now at the MagLab? These magnet projects leverage the analysis, design, materials, component development and testing, coil fabrication, and testing only available at the MagLab.
A 40-T superconducting magnet would enable scientists to run their experiments longer at peak field in a more stable, homogenous magnetic field.
A high-field and high-homogeneity demonstration magnet using Bi-2212 round wire: A first mammal in the age of NMR dinosaurs.
In 2013, an international team including the MagLab initiated Ekosi Tesla: the pursuit of 20 tesla human MRI (ekosi is Greek for 20).
In 2014, MagLab completed the world's strongest magnet for neutron scattering for the Helmholtz Centre Berlin (HZB).
The MagLab is playing a key role in the design and construction of a new 45 tesla hybrid magnet to be located at the High Field Magnet Lab at Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Achieving full field in 2017, this 41 tesla resistive magnet is the strongest resistive magnet in the world.
The MagLab successfully tested a 36 tesla/1.5 GHz series connected hybrid magnet that broke a record for field homogeneity for a high-field magnet, will enable new science with very high, very stable magnetic fields, and will operate more inexpensively than comparable magnets.
Successfully tested in 2017, this magnet is the world's most powerful superconducting magnet and the first to combine high-temperature and low temperature superconductors.
Scientists and engineers had to invent the Split Florida-helix to accommodate the four ports going through the middle of this unique magnet.
Combining a superconducting magnet of 11.5 tesla with a resistive magnet of 33.5 tesla, this magnet has been the strongest in the world since 1999.
Known as the world's strongest MRI, this magnet produces 21.1 tesla for nuclear magnetic resonance research with a bore of 105 millimeters, large enough for in vivo studies.
The 60 Tesla Long Pulse has the ability to sustain peak fields for up to 100 milliseconds.
Powered by a 1.4 gigawatt generator, this magnet has produced the highest non-destructive field in the world since March 2012.
Last modified on 29 December 2022