NbTi

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NbTiNiobium-Titanium
NbTiNational Bankruptcy Training Institute (US DOJ; Columbia, SC)
NbTiNational Bloodhound Training Institute (est. 1999)
NbTiNorthwest Bio-Technic, Inc. (British Virgin Islands)
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NbTiNegative Biased Temperature Instability
NbTiNational Blood Transfusion Institute (Belgrade, Serbia)
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The niobium-titanium solenoidal magnet is contained in an annular dewar bottle containing liquid helium.
Made of a niobium-titanium alloy and cooled to 1.8 kelvins, these magnets will produce a magnetic field of 8.65 teslas.
Superconductivity's storage magnets use an 18-inch niobium-titanium superconducting coil.
The superconducting coils are made of niobium-titanium alloy filaments bundled into wires.
The European and Japanese Domestic Agencies have jointly conducted a successful test of a prototype Niobium-Titanium superconductor for the ITER poloidal field coil.
Each pipe is surrounded by magnet coils made out of cables containing tens of thousands of superconducting niobium-titanium filaments, each filament about one-sixth the diameter of a human hair.