July 13, 2007 – The Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML), Melbourne Florida has been awarded a Phase II SBIR grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) for the development of “Bent Dipole” superconducting accelerator magnets based on AML’s patented Double-Helix™ (DH) technology. Magnets based on this breakthrough technology show significantly improved field quality, robustness, reliability, radiation resistance, and even reduced costs.
February 27, 2008 – The Advanced Magnet Lab (AML), Melbourne, Florida announces their latest breakthrough in magnet technology called Direct Double-Helix™. This technology enables the design and manufacturing of magnet coils “directly” without conventional conductor and winding processes. Additionally, coil configurations can be optimized vary conductor characteristics such as significantly reducing coil resistance/heat load along the 3D coil path – while still achieving perfect fields of most any multipole order.
August 13, 2009 – Advanced Magnet Lab (AML) completed another successful test of a Superconducting Magnet, built using AML’s Double-Helix™ (DH) Magnet Technology. DH is a breakthrough discovery in electro-magnet design and packaging which among others includes: specialized software for CAD driven coil design, modeling & analysis, innovative methods for creating pure magnetic fields in a wide range of configurations with no systematic errors and manufacturing technology for reliable and automated production of high performance magnets.
March 4, 2011 – COMSOL, Inc., developer of the industry-leading COMSOL
Multiphysics modeling and simulation environment for scientists and engineers, announces that
Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc., (AML) has become a COMSOL Certified Consultant. AML provides
technology and expert services for the design and manufacture of advanced coils, magnets, and magnet
systems for a broad variety of applications in such markets as energy, aerospace and defense, medical,
and advanced research. AML offers its clients unique numerical analysis capabilities including
multiphysics FEA, multi-objective optimization, and dynamic analysis.
June 13, 2011 – The Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML) has been awarded a three-year research contract from
NASA for developing an experimentally validated, high fidelity, physics-based sizing model for high power
superconducting machines, such as electrical generators and turbo-electric propulsion fans. The project
addresses NASA’s objectives for developing new aircraft technologies which have significant improvements in
propulsion efficiency, reliability, emissions and noise. AML’s effort will include developing very versatile
design/synthesis software tools. These tools will be experimentally validated by laboratory tests, allowing NASA
to size and model superconducting machines and perform aircraft design based on hybrid-electric propulsion.
September 23, 2011 – Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML) announced today that the Company is among six awardees of a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the advancement of next generation wind turbine technology. AML was selected based on a proprietary innovative turbine generator which enables the development of the first fully superconducting direct-drive generator for large offshore wind turbines. These generators are up to 75% lighter, 50% smaller, more efficient and more reliable than systems in use today. This award represents an initial step in the fulfillment of AML’s Clean Energy Plan for deployment of clean, scalable and efficient generators and motors for large-scale energy systems. Successful development and deployment of this new technology will help position the United States as a global leader in wind energy technologies, reduce the cost of wind energy, and support thousands of new manufacturing, construction and planning jobs in the renewable energy market.