hybrid magnet

hybrid magnet

[′hī·brəd ′mag·nət]
(cryogenics)
A type of superconducting magnet consisting of a large-bore NbTi (niobium-titanium) external coil, which provides an external field of about 5 teslas, and an inner Nb3Sn (niobium-tin) coil which provides additional field strength.
(electromagnetism)
An air-cooled magnet consisting of a large-volume superconducting magnet surrounding a water-cooled normal-conductor magnet that operates at the highest field.
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