BNL Experience with HTS and Future Possibilities

Ramesh Gupta

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BNL Experience with HTS and Future Possibilities

HTS in Accelerator Magnets

HTS Magnet R&D Program at BNL

HTS: A High Field Superconductor 

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

First Likely Application of HTS: Interaction Region (IR) Magnets 

IR Magnet Design Considerations

HTS Test Coils and Magnets at BNL

HTS Test Coils 

Magnet DCC002: 1st HTS Dipole/Quad

Magnet DCC002: 1st HTS Dipole/Quad

Magnet DCC006: 2nd HTS Dipole (Magnet No. 6 in the common coil cable magnet series)

Mixed Strand Cable for DCC006 (tested prior to winding coil)

Measured Ic of Various Turns of Common Coil Magnet DCC006

High Temperature Performance of HTS Coils Built at BNL 

Systematic Test during the steps of making High Performance HTS coil for DCC008

12 T Background Field Magnet: The Next Step in HTS R&D Program

BNL 12 T Nb3Sn Common Coil Background Field Dipole

Insert Coil and Sample Test Scenarios

HTS Quad Design for LHC IR Upgrade (Racetrack Coil Geometry) 

Summary

Expectations from Conductor Manufactures

Author: Ramesh Gupta

Email: gupta@bnl.gov

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

Other information:
Meeting with OST on March 26, 2002. 

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