• Coils inside magnetic shielding

    Our paper in IEEE Magnetics Letters provides new insight into the design of coil structures to be contained within magnetic shielding. The results are useful for designing magnetic shielding and shield-coupled coils for electric dipole moment experiments.

    The image shows how the optimal spacing of a Helmholtz coil, or anti-Helmholtz coil, changes, depending on how big it is relative to a surrounding magnetic cylindrical shell.

    See: C.P. Bidinosti, Y. Sakamota, and K. Asahi, General Solution of the Hollow Cylinder and Concentric DC Surface Current, IEEE Magnetics Letters 5, 0800304 (2014).
    Posted on 28 Jul 2014
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