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Recent developments at the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory

Wosnitza, J.


A high magnetic field laboratory for pulsed non-destructive fields up to 100 T has being final-ized at the Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, situated at the outskirts of Dresden, Germany. Since the beginning of 2007 the Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (Hochfeld-Magnetlabor Dresden), HLD, is accepting proposals for magnet time and has hosted the first users. The available coils at the HLD produce both high magnetic fields (above 70 T, with 150 ms pulse length) and smaller ones (60-65 T, with 25-50 ms pulse lengths). Besides the ultimate goal of a pulsed magnet reaching 100 T for a timescale of 10 ms in a bore of 20 mm, further large-scale magnets (e.g. 60 T, 0.5 s, 40 mm) are planned. The necessary energy for the pulsed coils is provided by a world-unique 50 MJ capacitor bank. A free-electron-laser facility next door allows high-brilliance radiation to be fed into the pulsed field cells of the HLD, thus making possible unique high-field magneto-optical ex-periments in the range 3-200 ┬Ám. Cryotechniques and different sample probes for a broad range of experimental techniques custom designed for the variety of pulsed magnets are read-ily available for users and own in-house research.

  • Lecture (Conference)
    VIII Latin American Workshop on Magnetism, Magnetic Materials and their Applications - LAW3M2007, 12.-16.08.2007, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil


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