Superconducting magnet systems for neutron scattering.
Dr Taotao Huang, Sr. Magnet designer will be on the HTS-110 stand at the 11th International Workshop on Sample Environment at Scattering Facilities (ISSE 2022). Please stop by for detailed technical discussions and application support.
The conference is in Nasu, Japan on August 28 – September 1, 2022. It is the 11th meeting in a series, which was initiated by Michael Meisner at Berlin in 1999, and will focus on two main topics:
▪️ Sample environment at neutron scattering facilities
▪️ Sample environment at synchrotron radiation facilities
HTS-110 has been an innovator in design and manufacture of a range of superconducting magnets utilizing High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) wire since 2004. Taking full advantage of the properties of HTS wire, HTS-110 supplies custom cryogen-free magnets to the world’s leading neutron and synchrotron facilities.
These magnets feature compactness, low fringe field, fast ramping rate and low maintenance and operating costs; they are very robust and easy to operate. These advantages make HTS magnets especially suited to neutron and synchrotron x-ray scattering experiments where user space may be restricted and complex geometries are required; or where the magnetic field needs to be changed regularly, or rotated relative to the beam.
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