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Electromechanical design of a 16-T CCT twin-aperture dipole for FCC

  • Author(s): Auchmann, B
  • Brouwer, L
  • Caspi, S
  • Gao, J
  • Montenero, G
  • Negrazus, M
  • Rolando, G
  • Sanfilippo, S
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2017 EU. Canted-cosine-theta (CCT) technology has been studied for its suitability for a future-circular-collider (FCC) main dipole in terms of magnetic and mechanical performance, elec-trothermal protectability, as well as efficiency. In this paper, we present lessons learnt from our search for efficient CCT solutions by means of two-dimensional (2-D) magnetic and mechanical simulations, discuss the 3-D periodic mechanical model, as well as 3-D electromagnetic analysis of the end regions. Temperature and voltage distributions during a quench under simplifying assumptions are discussed, and the magnet’s efficiency is compared to that of other contenders in the FCC design study. The results qualify the CCT design as a contender for the FCC main dipole.

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