Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Field Quality and Fabrication Analysis of HQ02 Reconstructed Nb3Sn Coil Cross Sections
- Author(s): Holik, Eddie Frank
- Ambrosio, Giorgio
- Carbonara, Andrea
- Dietderich, Daniel R
- Dimarco, Joseph
- Pong, Ian
- Sabbi, GianLuca
- Santini, Carlo
- Schmalzle, Jesse
- Wang, Xiaorong
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttp://10.0.4.85/tasc.2017.2655629
© 2017 IEEE. The U.S. LHC Accelerator Research Program (LARP) quadrupole HQ02 was designed and fully tested as part of the low-beta quad development for Hi-Lumi LHC. HQ02's design is well documented with full fabrication accounting along with full field analysis at low and high current. With this history, HQ02 is an excellent test bed for developing a methodology for measuring turn locations from magnet cross sections and comparing with CAD models and measured field. All four coils of HQ02 were cut in identical locations along the magnetic length corresponding to magnetic field measurement and coil metrology. A real-time camera and coordinate measuring equipment was used to plot turn corners. Measurements include systematic and random displacements of winding blocks and individual turns along the magnetic length. The range of cable shifts and the field harmonic range along the length are in agreement, although correlating turn locations and measured harmonics in each cross section is challenging.