Superconducting Magnets for Future Colliders and Storage Rings

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Superconducting Magnets for Future Colliders and Storage Rings

Overview of the Presentation

VLHC Very Large Hadron Collider

VLHC: The Challenge is the Cost

Present Magnet Design and Technology

High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) in Accelerator Magnets

Common Coil Design (The Basic Concept)

Field Lines at 15 T in a Common Coil Magnet Design

Earlier Designs: Double Dipole, Danby, BNL (1983)

How Does a Common Coil Magnet Look?

Field Quality in a 15 T Common Coil Design

A Common Coil Magnet System for VLHC

Possibility of Removing the Second Largest Machine (HEB) from the vlhc complex 

SSC Cost Estimate Summary (1990)

Common Coil Magnet System (Estimated cost savings by eliminating HEB)

Persistent Current-induced Harmonics (may be a problem in Nb3Sn magnets, if done nothing)

Advantages of Common Coil Magnet System with 4 Apertures (2-in-1 Accelerator)

Magnet Aperture: MT and AP Issues

A Combined Function Common Coil Magnet System for Lower Cost VLHC

A Combined Function Magnet Option (Estimated cost savings for VLHC)

A Possible Low-cost Magnet Manufacturing Process

Recap on Cost Saving Possibilities in VLHC

Performance of the First magnet Based on the Common Coil Design

On To A High Field Common Coil Magnet

Common Coil Work at BNL- Phase I

Common Coil Work at BNL- Phase II

Summary of Common Coil Magnet Work at Various National Labs

A Possible Application of High Field Magnet Program URHIC: Ultra Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider in RHIC Tunnel

Dipole for n Storage Ring

Particle Tracking with MARS for Neutrino Storage Ring Magnet

Possible Extension of Neutrino Storage Ring Dipole for Higher Energy Muon Collider Storage Ring

Dipole Magnet for the Muon Collider

Muon Collider Racetrack Dipole Design (15 T, Nb3Sn and 10-5 Field Quality)

Other Muon Collider Magnet Designs

BNL Contribution to LHC Magnet Requirements

LHC Insertion Magnets

HERA Upgrades Magnets at BNL

The Basic Guiding Principles for An Innovative R&D Program

A Modular Design for a New and Low-cost Magnet R&D Approach

High Field Magnets and High Temperature Superconductors (HTS)

High Field Magnets and High Temperature Superconductors (HTS)

Advantages of HTS

Improvements in HTS Technology And Challenges for Magnet Design

HTS in a Hybrid Magnet

Hybrid Common Coil Magnet at BNL 

Initial R&D For Phase II Common Coil Magnet Program

Uses of Smaller R&D Funding to Labs and Industries for a Collaborative and Innovative Magnet Research 

What can one study with these modules


Author: Ramesh Gupta


Organization: Superconducting Magnet Division at BNL

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This Presentation was made at BNL AP Seminar on March 23, 2000. 

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