03.Applied Superconductivity by John G. Webster (Editor)

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99999 pure RRR Ͼ 1000 aluminum) in the conductor is dictated by the type of quench protection chosen. ;;; ;;; ;;;;;; ;;; ;;;;;; ;;; ;;; ;;; ;;; ;; ;;; Solenoid thin region Solenoid thick region Iron return yoke with muon detectors Barrel calorimeter Super conducting solenoid Iron pole End cap calorimeter Axis of rotation ;; Vertex detector Figure 1. A quarter section view of a typical colliding beam physics detector with the solenoid cryostat shown. ) 0 Central detector 1 Meters Beam collision point 2 Line of symmetry HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS PARTICLE DETECTOR MAGNETS The physical thickness of the superconducting coil is determined by the thickness of stabilizing matrix material in the conductor.

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9) so that one can mount particle detectors and other equipment on this wall. The material thicknesses calculated using Eq. (6)–(9) can be used to estimate the radiation thickness of the detector solenoid. Table 3 compares four cases where the coil diameter, 744 HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS PARTICLE DETECTOR MAGNETS Table 3. 8 the gap between the iron poles, and the central induction are varied. In all four cases, the cryostat walls and coil support structure are made from solid aluminum. The superconductor is Nb–Ti with a thick aluminum stabilizer.

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