INFN is developing at LASA lab (Milano, Italy) the prototypes of five corrector magnets, from skew quadrupole to dodecapole, which will equip the high-luminosity interaction regions (IR's) of the High Luminosity-LHC (HL-LHC). These magnets are based on a superferric design, to allow a relatively simple, modular and easy to construct magnet. This program takes place within the framework of a collaboration agreement between CERN and INFN. In the paper we present an overview of the activity, from the design, to the construction and test at the operation condition.

Status of the Activity for the Construction of the HL-LHC Superconducting High Order Corrector Magnets at LASA-Milan / M. Sorbi, F. Alessandria, G. Bellomo, F. Broggi, A. Leone, V. Marinozzi, S. Mariotto, A. Musso, A. Paccalini, D. Pedrini, M. Quadrio, M. Statera, M. Todero, E. Todesco, C. Uva. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON APPLIED SUPERCONDUCTIVITY. - ISSN 1051-8223. - 28:3(2018 Apr), pp. 4100205.1-4100205.5. ((Intervento presentato al 25. convegno Magnet Technology tenutosi a Amsterdam nel 2017 [10.1109/TASC.2017.2772887].

Status of the Activity for the Construction of the HL-LHC Superconducting High Order Corrector Magnets at LASA-Milan

M. Sorbi
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G. Bellomo;V. Marinozzi;S. Mariotto;
2018

Abstract

INFN is developing at LASA lab (Milano, Italy) the prototypes of five corrector magnets, from skew quadrupole to dodecapole, which will equip the high-luminosity interaction regions (IR's) of the High Luminosity-LHC (HL-LHC). These magnets are based on a superferric design, to allow a relatively simple, modular and easy to construct magnet. This program takes place within the framework of a collaboration agreement between CERN and INFN. In the paper we present an overview of the activity, from the design, to the construction and test at the operation condition.
coils; corrector magnets; electrical resistance measurement; lamination; magnetic circuits; magnetic flux; superconducting magnets; superferric magnets; temperature measurement; electronic, optical and magnetic materials; condensed matter physics; electrical and electronic engineering
Settore FIS/01 - Fisica Sperimentale
apr-2018
dic-2017
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