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Magnets and Other issues. Elena Wildner WP4 meeting, CERN team. Present activities II. Visit to Krakow 4/1/ 2010, Epiphany 2010, International Physics Conference Disseminate our results http://epiphany.ifj.edu.pl/current/

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Magnets and other issues

Magnets and Other issues

Elena Wildner

WP4 meeting, CERN team


Present activities ii

Present activities II

  • Visit to Krakow 4/1/ 2010, Epiphany 2010, International Physics Conference

    • Disseminate our results http://epiphany.ifj.edu.pl/current/

    • Show importance of manpower support for ion production (Ne) to be able to present a realistic baseline for beta beams that, according to my understanding, is now emerging.

  • Visit to Legnaro 13/1 2010 (Venice airport)

    • EmanueleVardaci has extensive work to present in Paris (Li)

    • Enhance FLUKA for simulation of reaction in target

    • Boron experiments in India? Legnaro sets up the contact!


Present activities i

Present activities I

  • SPC-work finished (results will be available after Chamonix?)

  • Stability analysis of PS(2) and SPS for FP6 Baseline (PS, Christian does SPS), 5 months/machine

    • Consolidation FP6

    • Search for limits and improvements for FP7

  • Stripping after ion source (emmittance, particle loss)

    • Methods

    • EXCEL sheet, FLUKA, Geant4??

    • Charge states to be discussed in Paris

  • Magnet specification for the decay ring improvement

    • Interactions with TE/MCS and CEA

    • Decay Ring redesign


Superconducting magnets

Superconducting Magnets

  • Specify for main Dipole and Quadrupole

    • Magnet Field and Gradient

    • Magnet Length

    • Apertures

    • Liner thickness for dipole (not open midplane)

    • Magnet cross section for the FLUKA model

  • Optics dependent

    • Collaboration with CEA


Choice of magnets antoine is calculating optics

Choice of magnets (Antoine is calculating optics)

  • Main Dipole (will certainly decrease duty-factor by some 10 %)

    • Max 5 m for Nb3Sn

    • 160 mm total aperture, one bore

    • 12 T, Nb3Sn

    • Liner 10 mm

    • Yoke diameter ?

    • Magnet cross section: simplify, use LHC cable

  • Quad

    • 1 m long? Good to shorten!


New efforts to increase intensity

New efforts to increase intensity

  • Injection and merging

    • More merges (30 ?)

    • Increase RF

    • Change injection energy

    • Displace injected beam

  • Other options not realistic?

    • Change bunch length for B and Li in SPS?

    • We need some time to see if smart solutions exist

  • Proposal, Rubbia et al.

    • How was the intensity issue addressed?


Intensity number of merges

Intensity/Number of merges

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Intensity number of merges ref

Intensity/Number of Merges (ref)

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Beam size

Beam Size

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Beam size1

Beam Size

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Beam size2

Beam Size

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Beam size3

Beam Size

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Beam size7

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Beam size8

Beam Size

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Beam size9

Beam Size

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Magnets and other issues

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Rf voltage

Rf Voltage

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Dutyfactor

Dutyfactor

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