Apr 9 – 13, 2018
Beurs van Berlage
Europe/Zurich timezone

Quench detection System for the FCC era

Apr 12, 2018, 3:50 PM
15m
P3 Administratiezaal (1.1)

P3 Administratiezaal

1.1

Board: 4AMS12B

Speaker

Tomasz Podzorny (CERN)

Description

Quench protection systems are an indispensable asset for the safety and integrity of the components of the FCC superconducting circuits. This contribution focuses on the quench detection (QDS) system. A design study for the QDS proposes main processing units located outside the FCC tunnel and interconnected with high-speed data links to intelligent sensors with reduced complexity and hence increased resistance to higher radiation levels. This will allow for the adoption of a software defined approach for quench detection, while the centralization will improve noise suppression and increase the accuracy by correlating multiple channels. Additionally, the proposed approach facilitates implementation of novel quench detection techniques for the future superconducting magnets.

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