Field enhancement of a 12.5-T magnet using holmium poles

@article{Hoard1984FieldEO,
  title={Field enhancement of a 12.5-T magnet using holmium poles},
  author={R. W. Hoard and S. C. Mance and R. L. Leber and E. N. C. Dalder and M. R. Chaplin and Kailey N. Blair and Donald H. Nelson and David A. Van Dyke},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Magnetics},
  year={1984},
  volume={21},
  pages={448-450}
}
Unlike conventional ferromagnetic materials such as iron and Supermendur, which produce saturation magnetization fields of approximately 2 T, several of the rare-earth elements (holmium, terbium, erbium, gadolinium, and dysprosium) yield saturated fields of nearly 4 T. This property makes these rare-earth metals particularly attractive as flux concentrators for use in superconducting magnets. This report concerns the use of holmium inserts to enhance the peak useful field of the nominally 12.5… 

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