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1. US20100295640 - Superconductive magnet

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Claims

1. A superconductive magnet comprising:
a first group of coils serving as main coils for generating a magnetic field; and
a second group of coils serving as shield coils that are arranged coaxially with the first group of coils and generate a magnetic field whose direction is opposite the direction of a magnetic field generated by the first group of coils so that a magnetic field that leaks outside from the first group of coils is cancelled, wherein
when a center of a region where a magnetic field is generated by the first group of coils is an origin, the second group of coils are arranged along a longitudinal axis of said superconductive magnet, within axis-direction positions unoccupied by the first group of coils, such that a ratio of the axis-direction coordinates of the most distal end of the second group of coils from the origin and the most distal end of the first group of coils from the origin ranges from 0.63 to 0.87.
2. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, wherein the ratio of axis-direction coordinates of the most distal end of the second group of coils and the most distal end of the first group of coils ranges from 0.73 to 0.87.
3. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, wherein the ratio of axis-direction coordinates of the most distal end of the second group of coils and the most distal end of the first group of coils ranges from 0.63 to 0.81.
4. The superconductive magnet according to claim 3, wherein the ratio of axis-direction coordinates of the most distal end of the second group of coils and the most distal end of the first group of coils ranges from 0.73 to 0.81.
5. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, further including:
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a ring- and disc-shaped bobbin supporting member, wherein the ring- and disc-shaped bobbin supporting member couples the first bobbin and the second bobbin.
6. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, further including:
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a tabular bobbin supporting member, wherein the tabular bobbin supporting member couples the first bobbin and the second bobbin.
7. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, further including:
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a beam-shaped bobbin supporting member, wherein the beam-shaped bobbin supporting member is coupled with the second bobbin.
8. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, further including:
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a helium tank that contains the first group of coils and the second group of coils and in which liquid helium is stored, wherein the second bobbin is coupled with a side wall of helium tank that supports the second bobbin.
9. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, further including:
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a helium tank that contains the first group of coils and the second group of coils and in which liquid helium is stored, wherein the second bobbin is coupled with an outer cylinder of the helium tank, and the outer cylinder of the helium tank supports the second bobbin.
10. The superconductive magnet according to claim 1, including
a first bobbin for holding the first group of coils,
a plurality of second bobbins for holding the second group of coils, and
a bobbin supporting member that extends in a direction orthogonal to the first bobbin and couples the first bobbin with the plurality of second bobbins.