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Quench Location in the LARP MQXFS1 Prototype

  • Author(s): Strauss, T
  • Ambrosio, G
  • Chlachidze, G
  • Ferracin, P
  • Marchevsky, M
  • Sabbi, G
  • Stoynev, S
  • et al.

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http://10.0.4.85/TASC.2017.2781707
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Abstract

© 2017 IEEE. The high luminosity upgrade project U.S. LARP/HiLumi has successfully tested the first 1.5 m prototype quadrupole MQXFS1 at Fermilab’ Magnet test facility. Several thermal cycles and test programs were performed, with different preload configurations. To localize and characterize quenches, a quench antenna and voltage taps are used. The quench antenna was placed inside a warm bore of an anticryostat centered in the magnet. We varied the length between quench antenna segments from 2.54 to 15.24 cm, and shifted the location of the antenna to localize the quench origin along the various wedge and spacers transitions in the lead end of the magnet. We present results on the identified quench locations for the second and third thermal cycle in this paper.

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