The 2nd edition emphasizes two areas not emphasized in the 1st edition: 1) high-temperature superconductor (HTS) magnets; 2) NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) magnets. Despite nearly 40 years of R and D on superconducting magnet technology, most areas, notably fusion and electric power applications, are still in the R and D stage. One exception is in the area of NMR and MRI. NMR magnets are very popular among chemists, biologists, genome scientists, and most of all, by drug manufacturers for drug discovery and development. MRI and NMR magnets have become the most successful application of superconducting magnet technology and this trend should continue. The 2nd edition will have new materials never treated formally in any other book of this kind. As with the 1st, most subjects will be presented through problem format to educate and train the designer.Note that when a solenoid is divided into two thin-walled subsolenoids, FzT(0) requires computation of four terms in Eq. 3.54 ... One project that appealed to me was to make a stronger magnetic field than could be made with iron core magnets.
|Title||:||Case Studies in Superconducting Magnets|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-04-05|