Superconducting Magnets for Neutrino Factory Storage Ring Study 2

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Superconducting Magnets for Neutrino Factory Storage Ring Study 2

Magnet Design for n Factory Storage Ring Study II 

Issues Related to BNL Site for n Factory Storage Ring Study II 

Racetrack Coil Magnets for High Fields 

Common Coil and Muon Collider Test Configurations

Racetrack Coil Magnets for High Fields 

5 T Dipole for n Storage Ring

Magnetically Optimized Design

Magnet Design Evolution

Magnetically Optimized Design

Normal Combined Function Magnet

Possibility of A Combined Function Magnet Design

Preliminary Particle Tracking with MARS for Neutrino Storage Ring Magnets

Skew Quadrupole Lattice

Skew Quad Lattice by Axially Shifting Coils

Skew Quad Lattice by Axially Shifting Coils

Getting Rid of Half Ends/Interconnects

Lattice & Magnet Designs for a Compact Ring

Modified Cross-section for Better Field Quality

Alternate End Design Concept

Non-zero Axial Component of the Field

Incorporation of Small Normal Gradient 

Magnet Construction Plan for Neutrino Factory Storage Ring Dipole Model at BNL

Saggitta in Nb3Sn React & Wind Dipole

Nb3Sn Cable Coil Winding

New Versatile Coil Winder Now Under Design

Status and Progress

Goals For the Rest of the Year

Goals For the Next Year

Basic Parameters for the Neutrino Factory Storage Ring Study 2

Expected Performance of HTS-based Magnets 

Issues with HTS

HTS Magnet R&D Program at BNL

Measured Performance of HTS Cable and Tape As A Function of Field at BNL

Common Coil Magnets With HTS Cable

Results of Coil #2 Tested in Muon Collider and Common Coil Configuration

HTS Coils in a High Field Hybrid R&D Magnet

SUMMARY

Author: Ramesh Gupta 

Email: gupta@bnl.gov

Home Page: http://magnets.rhic.bnl.gov/staff/gupta/

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Superconducting Magnets for Neutrino Factory Storage Ring Study 2. Presented at SNOWMASS on 7/9/2001. 

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