6th Session: Short communication from participants
- Akira Yamamoto (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (JP))
Neil Marks (STFC)
11/27/14, 5:00 PM
Some existing facilities (1) and the recent proposal for the LHeC collider (2,3), have utilised a racetrack configuration, with 180 degree bends, to circulate beam for a small number of turns (typically 3 revolutions) through superconducting energy-recovery linacs. Particles of differing energies are defected in these bends and this is accomplished by positioning the beams at different...
Patrick Ngotta (ESRF)
11/27/14, 5:20 PM
The ESRF Insertion Devices laboratory is developing high gradient permanent magnet (PM) quadrupoles for potential use in a storage ring. This paper presents the development of a hybrid quadrupole with strong gradient (100T/m). The performance of a few PM and resistive structures are compared. One hybrid structure, composed of iron parts and rectangular PM blocks, appears to offer a good...
Anna Mierau (GSI)
11/27/14, 5:40 PM
The superconducting magnets of the SIS100 heavy ion accelerator are to be built based on a compact window-frame design. Beside the optimisation of the magnetic field characteristics the minimisation of the AC losses was a central part during the R&D phase. Now the first dipole was built and tested. We presend the obtained loss results for typical operation modes and compare them with...
11/27/14, 6:00 PM