New PDF release: Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Volume 31

By Joseph L. Smith Jr., George Y. Robinson Jr. (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)

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Because of the complexity of the high electrical conductivity thermal shields, the coil collars, and the steel, the large eddy currents which are induced during quench are not readily calculated. It is therefore necessary to test a model magnet to determine the forces on the coil and shields during both constant current and quenching conditions. , under contract with the U. S. Department of Energy. 37 B magnet was built and tested. Study fabrication techniques for a coil-cryostat system . Understand cryostat component tolerances • • Measure coil assembly deflection due to off-center forces .

Phys. 56(4) :579-707. (1984). Reference Designs Study, Div. S. Dept. , May 8, 1984. D. Larbalestier, University of Wisconsin, Private Communication. SSC Interim Report, SSC-SR-10l1, SSC Design Group, LBL, Berkeley, California (June 1985). "ssc Siting Parameters Document", SSC-15, SSC Design Group, LBL, Berkeley, California (June 15, 1985). 4 TESLA DIPOLE MAGNET FOR THE SSC* C. E. Taylor, S. Caspi, W. Gilbert, W. Hassenzahl, R. Meuser, K. Mirk, C. Peters, R. Scanlan Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory University of California Berkeley, California P.

27 for the keys and pins. 05 mm vertical. Pressure measurements are made at the pole on both inner and outer windings using a strain-gage system illustrated in Fig. 3 Fig. 3 shows the pressure history during cooldown in a magnet with 25 mm aluminum collars. Note the net increase in prestress during cooldown of about 14 MFa because of the thermal contraction of aluminum being greater than the windings; this is in contrast to a decrease with stainless steel. Thus, about 28 MFa lower prestress is required at assembly for aluminum than for steel which is an advantage of aluminum collars.

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