The schematic drawing of our electromagnets' structure. (a) Photo of an assembly of the Bitter-type electromagnet. (b) The exploded drawing of Bitter-type electromagnet. The brown parts are conductive layers, the red parts are the insulating layers. The blue arrows show the path of cooling water. The black arrows show the path of the electric current.
(a) The schematic drawing of our experiment set. We fix three pairs of electromagnets constructed of a pair of Helmholtz coils and two pairs of anti-Helmholtz coils. (b) The current flows in the electromagnets and the main optical path in our experiment.
The magnetic field measured by magnetometer. (a) The relation between the magnetic gradient and the Quadrupole coil current. The inset shows the relation between the magnetic field with the distance to the middle of the geometry center when the current fixed at 80.00 A. The distance between the edge of the Quadrupole coils to the center of the apparatus is fixed at 5 cm. (b) The relation between the magnetic field generated by Bias coils with the current. The distance between the edge of the Bias coils to the center of the apparatuses is 7 cm.
Schematic of large current control system. The blue casing portion shows the low current circuit.
Parameters of the Bitter-type electromagnets.
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