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TNA LNCMI Grenoble

TransNational Access / Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses, France

Description of the infrastructure

The Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory (GHMFL) is operated by the CNRS as a user facility for national and international users. It has an electrical power supply of 24 MW and 8 resistive magnets of which 5 are working with 10 to 12 MW and 3 with 24 MW. The available maximum fields range from 20 T in a 160 mm bore diameter to 30 T in 50 mm and 34 T in a 34 mm bore diameter at room temperature. The installation is running 24 hours a day, with permanent operators. It is used for more than (...)

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Description of work

The GHMFL offers full access to its high field installation and all the scientific equipment associated with it to all qualified users. Its scientific, technical and administrative staff will support the user in preparing, executing and evaluating experiments and with travel and housing arrangements. The scientific instrumentation belongs to the best world wide for static field experiments and allows for a large variety of high quality measurements. A special "instrumentation service" of 7 (...)

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