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Project acronym: DeNUF

Design study for next generation pulsed magnet user facilities

Proposal/Contract no.: 011760-DS

Design Study

1. Project Summary

The DeNUF Design Study will develop and validate new technologies for innovative pulsed user magnet systems that will be substantially improved beyond the present state-of-the-art in terms of field strength, lifetime, cool-down time and reliability. These technologies will be used to design and operate the next generation of pulsed high field magnets at the existing user infrastructures of the participants. This joint Design Study will lead to a distributed European pulsed high magnetic field infrastructure, capable of competing with the pulsed magnetic field activities in the USA. Implementation of its results will provide the European researchers access to the highest magnetic fields under optimal conditions. It will allow to recover the European leadership in the area of high magnetic field technology and will pave the way into new areas of research in physics and chemistry in high magnetic fields.

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3. Project Achievements
During its second year, the DeNUF consortium has expanding its analytic and finite element modelling tools, and the common materials database for pulsed magnets is now being filled. It has completed innovative real-time, in-situ coil monitoring prototypes using fiber Bragg gratings and accelerometers and it has evaluated several new rapid cooling techniques. A coil aging program is now fully underway, using amongst others the newly developed fiber monitoring. The cryogenic explo-vessel for materials testing has been completed. The large volume impregnation setup is now almost operational. Finally, the first multi-coil magnets, allowing for higher fields, have been modelled, built and tested. The rapid cooling and modelling activities are already now contributing to a much better performance of the pulsed magnetic field facilities within the consortium, to the benefit of all European scientists using high magnetic fields.

4. List of participants

Participant number

(co-ordinator = N°1)

Participant name
(Organisation, city, country)

Short name


Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Pulsés, UMR CNRS-INSA-UPS,

Toulouse, France



Radboud University, High Field Magnet Laboratory, Nijmegen, the Netherlands



Forschungszentrum Rossendorf,
Hochfeldlabor Dresden,

Dresden, Germany



University of Oxford, Nicholas Kurti Laboratory,

United Kingdom


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