TABLE B.1 Dedicated High Magnetic Field Facilities

Location

Name

DC Fields and Magnets

Pulsed Fields and Magnets

Australia

Sydney

National Magnet Laboratory

 

60 T − 25 ms − 400 kJ − 22 mm

Austria

Vienna

Austromag

 

40 T − 10 ms − 20 kJ − 25 mm

Belgium

Leuven

Pulsed Field Facility

 

55 T − 20 ms − 300 kJ − 18 mm

70 T − 8 ms − 260 kJ − 10 mm

China

Hefei

High Magnetic Field Facility

8 + 3 magnets:

15 T − 50 mm (resistive)

20.2 T − 32 mm (hybrid)

[26 T (hybrid)]

8 T − 54 mm (sc)

[45 T]

England

Bristol

Wills Physics Laboratory

20 T

60 T − 50 ms − 12 mm

Oxford

Nicholas Kurti Magnetic Field Laboratory

21.5 T − 40 mm (sc)

60 T − 10 ms − 150 kJ − 12 mm

50 T − 20 ms − 250 kJ − 20 mm

France

Grenoble

Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory

7 + 15 magnets:

30 T − 50 mm (resistive)

40 T − 34 mm (hybrid)

18 T − 50 mm (sc)

 

Toulouse

National Laboratory of Pulsed Magnetic Fields

 

73 T − 10 ms − 8.5 MJ − 15 mm

61 T − 150 ms − 1.25 MJ − 11 mm

58 T − 282 ms − 3.30 MJ − 19 mm

45 T − 500 ms − 8.1 MJ − 120 mm

Germany

Berlin

Humboldt High Magnetic Field Center

 

51 T - 3.5 ms − 42 kJ − 10 mm

60 T - 8.1 ms − 400 kJ − 18 mm

Braunschweig

High Field Magnet Laboratory

4 + 1 magnets:

18 T − 32 mm (resistive)

11 T − 37 mm (sc)

27 T − 40 ms − 20 kJ − 12 mm

Dresden

High Field Laboratory

 

50 T − 13 ms − 450 kJ − 24 mm

40 T − 120 ms − 1,100 kJ − 24 mm

[100 T − 10 ms − MJ − 20 mm]

[70 T − 100 ms − MJ − 24 mm]

[60 T − 1,000 ms − MJ − 50 mm]

Frankfurt

Institute of Physics

 

36 T − 600 ms − 800 kJ − 22 mm

50 T − 24 ms − 390 kJ − 20 mm

Ireland

Dublin

Trinity College

 

26 T − 700 ms − 200 kJ − 26 mm



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