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Modified Cos θ Coil. A new approach in Cos θ coil design to increase the uniformity of the B field. Riccardo Schmid, CIT. A Cos θ coil with fewer turns (20 vs. 40) produces a B field with a greater gradient (greater non-uniformity).

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Modified cos coil

Modified Cosθ Coil

A new approach in Cosθ coil design to increase the uniformity of the B field

Riccardo Schmid, CIT


Modified cos coil1

A Cosθ coil with fewer turns (20 vs. 40) produces a B field with a greater gradient (greater non-uniformity).

It is possible to achieve greater uniformity by combining the fields of two coils with different gradients

Modified Cosθ Coil

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Plot of Bx(x) for Cosθ coil N=20 (black) N=40 (red) turns

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Prototype geometry (R=8.75cm, L=87.5cm)


Modified cos coil

The main coil consists of a 40 turn Cosθ coil with current I1.

The secondary coil consists of a 8 turn Cosθ coil with 2/5 the current in the main coil, running in the opposite direction.

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Plot of Bx(x) for main Cosθ coil N=40 turns

Plot of Bx(x) for secondary Cosθ coil N=8 turns with current I`= -2/5 I0


Modified cos coil

The main coil consists of a 40 turn Cosθ coil with current I1.

The secondary coil consists of a 8 turn Cosθ coil with 2/5 the current in the main coil, running in the opposite direction.

mGauss

Bx(x)

Black: N=40 Cosθ coil

Red: N=40-8 Modified Cosθ coil

cm

Plot of Bx(x) for Cosθ coil N=40 in black compared tomodified Cosθcoil 40-8 turns red (main coil N=40 turns, secondary coil N=8 turns)

Prototype geometry (R=8.75cm, L=87.5cm)


Modified cos coil

The main coil consists of a 40 turn Cosθ coil with current I1.

The secondary coil consists of a 8 turn Cosθ coil with 2/5 the current in the main coil, running in the opposite direction.

cm

Bx(y)

Black: N=40 Cosθ coil

Red: N=40-8 Modified Cosθ coil

mGauss

Plot of Bx(y) for Cosθ coil N=40 in black compared tomodified Cosθcoil 40-8 turns red (main coil N=40 turns, secondary coil N=8 turns)

Prototype geometry (R=8.75cm, L=87.5cm)


Modified cos coil

The main coil consists of a 40 turn Cosθ coil with current I1.

The secondary coil consists of a 8 turn Cosθ coil with 2/5 the current in the main coil, running in the opposite direction.

mGauss

Bx(z)

Black: N=40 Cosθ coil

Red: N=40-8 Modified Cosθ coil

cm

Plot of Bx(z) for Cosθ coil N=40 in black compared tomodified Cosθcoil 40-8 turns red (main coil N=40 turns, secondary coil N=8 turns)

Prototype geometry (R=8.75cm, L=87.5cm)


Simple modification

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Δ / 2

3Δ / 2

Simple Modification

  • It is possible to implement a secondary Cosθ coil without modifying the structure of the basic coil.

  • The secondary coil will have a number of turns equal to a divisor of the number of turns of the main coil by an odd number.

  • No additional grooves need to be machined

  • The current in the secondary coil can be implemented as current “missing” from the main. If the main coil is constructed by winding a wire multiple times, the secondary coil can be implemented by subtracting windings in some of the turns.


Gradient calculations

The Volume Averaged Gradient calculations of the B field inside the fiducial volume show a lower Average Gradient for the N=40-8 coil

<|dBx/dx|> calculated over a grid of points inside the fiducial volume for the prototype geometry

Average Gradient Magnitude for different coils:

N=20 <|dBx/dx|> = 53.988 nT/m

N=40 <|dBx/dx|> = 15.531 nT/m

N=40-8 <|dBx/dx|> = 2.184 nT/m

For N=40-8 Gradient sign changes inside the fiducial volume:

N=40-8 < dBx/dx > = .668 nT/m

(not magnitude of gradient)

Gradient Calculations

Prototype geometry (R=8.75cm, L=87.5cm)


Gradient calculations1

Gradient Calculations

nT/m

N=20 <|dBx/dx|> = 53.988 nT/m


Gradient calculations2

Gradient Calculations

nT/m

N=40 <|dBx/dx|> = 15.531 nT/m


Gradient calculations3

Gradient Calculations

nT/m

N=40-8 <|dBx/dx|> = 2.184 nT/m


The end

The End?

  • Modified Cosθ coil N=40-8 seems to offer a smaller gradient compared to N=40 in the region of interest (fiducial volume)

  • Simple implementation in existing prototypes (N=40 at Caltech)

  • Increase in the current necessary to drive both coils at original B field is small (<10% increase)

    To do:

  • Measurement of the field on prototype

  • Calculations for new geometry L/R~6.4 (current calculation L/R=10)

  • Possible optimization varying secondary coil current ratio (now -2/5), number of secondary coil turns (currently 8)

  • Monte Carlo simulation of geometric phase


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