MSSB septum splitter magnet for the North Experimental Area at CERN in the context of the planned BDF/SHiP extraction line

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Jakub Kurdej (CERN)
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Abstract: 

MSSB is a Lambertson septum splitter magnet located in TDC2 on SPS extraction line TT20. It mechanically "cuts" the extracted beam to simultaneously feed multiple experiments in the North Experimental Area at CERN Prévessin site.

To accommodate the planned BDF/SHiP extraction line located on the left hand side of the existing line, the polarity reversal possibility for the MSSB is required. This in turn requires a redesigned magnet with a laminated construction, that only adds to the existing – already challenging – non-laminated yoke magnet.

In this presentation I will give an overview of the existing magnet, explain encountered challenges and present some studies related to the planned future MSSB.

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