The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory (HLD) is a pulsed-field user facility which provides external and in-house researchers with the possibility to perform a broad range of experiments in pulsed magnetic fields . Being a member of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL), HLD receives more than 100 scientific proposals annually.
The Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory operates ten experimental chambers equipped with a variety of pulsed magnets energized by two independent, modular capacitor banks with maximum stored energies of 50 and 14 MJ at 24 kV maximum operational voltage. The pulsed magnets at the HLD are subject of permanent improvements in terms of peak field, reliability, noise level, cooling time, and longevity. Detailed analysis of the magnet performance and failure scenarios are provided in this work for various pulsed magnets operating between 65 and 95 T. Furthermore, we present a triple-coil pulsed magnet design for magnetic-field experiments beyond 95 T.
We acknowledge the support of the HLD at HZDR, a member of the European Magnetic Field Laboratory (EMFL), the DFG via SFB 1143, and the BMBF via DAAD (project-id 57457940).