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Status of the 16 T dipole development program for a future hadron collider

  • Author(s): Tommasini, D
  • Arbelaez, D
  • Auchmann, B
  • Bajas, H
  • Bajko, M
  • Ballarino, A
  • Barzi, E
  • Bellomo, G
  • Benedikt, M
  • Bermudez, SI
  • Bordini, B
  • Bottura, L
  • Brower, L
  • Buzio, M
  • Caiffi, B
  • Caspi, S
  • Dhalle, M
  • Durante, M
  • DeRijk, G
  • Fabbricatore, P
  • Farinon, S
  • Ferracin, P
  • Gao, P
  • Gourlay, S
  • Juchno, M
  • Kashikhin, V
  • Lackner, F
  • Lorin, C
  • Marchevsky, M
  • Marinozzi, V
  • Martinez, T
  • Munilla, J
  • Novitski, I
  • Ogitsu, T
  • Ortwein, R
  • Perez, JC
  • Petrone, C
  • Prestemon, S
  • Prioli, M
  • Rifflet, JM
  • Rochepault, E
  • Russenschuck, S
  • Salmi, T
  • Savary, F
  • Schoerling, D
  • Segreti, M
  • Senatore, C
  • Sorbi, M
  • Stenvall, A
  • Todesco, E
  • Toral, F
  • Verweij, AP
  • Wessel, S
  • Wolf, F
  • Zlobin, AV
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2017 IEEE. Personal use is permitted, but republication/redistribution requires IEEE permission. A next step of energy increase of hadron colliders beyond the LHC requires high-field superconducting magnets capable of providing a dipolar field in the range of 16 T in a 50-mm aperture with accelerator quality. These characteristics could meet the requirements for an upgrade of the LHC to twice the present beam energy or for a 100-TeV center of mass energy future circular collider. This paper summarizes the activities and plans for the development of these magnets, in particular within the 16 T Magnet Technology Program, the WP5 of the EuroCirCol, and the U.S. Magnet Development Program.

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