page each day you use it, I add new resources fairly often during a semester.
I have added the Google Search Engine to help find more material from the Web without having to jump from page to page.
|The Adelaide MRI Website||RMIT Effective Writing Guide|
|RF Shielding||MR Scanner pages|
|Superconductivity Information||Permanent magnets||Gradient Systems||Shimming||RF Coil & receiver issues|
|Commercial MR Scanner Pages||Computers, Array Processors, signal handling|
|Oxford 0.2 Tesla yoked resistive pair magnet used in the Siemens Open design of 1996|
|IGC a major magnet maker||http://www.igc.com|
|IGC MRI magnet page||http://www.igc.com/igc-mbg/default.html|
|Description of the superconductive system used by the GE SIGNA SP double donut magnet. Basically a cryogen free superconductive system with a cryocooler thermally buffered with helium gas at very low temperature||http://www.aip.org/enews/physnews/1994/physnews.163.htm|
|Discussion of Scanner development by a power group of MRI Guys||http://www.dimag.com/db_area/archives/1998/9807brice.83-86.di-.html|
|A Teachers' Guide to Superconductivity for High School Students
Oak Ridge National Library
(Who knew you could make high school students superconductive? :-)