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Final Development and Test Preparation of the First 3.7 m Long Nb3Sn Quadrupole by LARP

  • Author(s): Ambrosio, G
  • Andreev, N
  • Anerella, M
  • Barzi, E
  • Bingham, B
  • Bocian, D
  • Bordini, B
  • Bossert, R
  • Bottura, L
  • Caspi, S
  • Chlachidize, G
  • De Rapper, WM
  • Dietderich, D
  • Escallier, J
  • Felice, H
  • Ferracin, P
  • Ghosh, A
  • Godeke, A
  • Hafalia, R
  • Hannaford, R
  • Jochen, G
  • Kashikhin, VV
  • Kovach, P
  • Lamm, M
  • McInturff, A
  • Muratore, J
  • Nobrega, F
  • Novitsky, I
  • Orris, D
  • Peggs, S
  • Prebys, E
  • Prestemon, S
  • Sabbi, GL
  • Schmalzle, J
  • Sylvester, C
  • Tartaglia, M
  • Turrioni, D
  • Velev, G
  • Wanderer, P
  • Whitson, G
  • Willering, G
  • Zlobin, AV
  • et al.

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http://10.0.4.85/tasc.2010.2040471
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Abstract

The test of the first LARP (LHC Accelerator Research Program) Long Quadrupole is a significant milestone toward the development of Nb3Sn quadrupoles for LHC (Large Hadron Collider) Luminosity Upgrades. These 3.7-m long magnets, scaled from the 1-m long Technological Quadrupoles, are used to develop our capabilities to fabricate and assemble Nb3Sn coils and structures with lengths comparable to accelerator magnet dimensions. The long quadruples have a target gradient of 200 T/m in a 90-mm aperture. Pre-stress and support are provided by an Al-shell-based structure pre-loaded using bladders and keys. The coils were fabricated at BNL and FNAL, the hell-based structure was designed and assembled at LBNL, the test is performed at FNAL. In this paper we present the final steps of the development of the first model (LQS01), several upgrades to the test facility, the test results of witness cables, and the short sample limit © 2006 IEEE.

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