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Future accelerator magnets will need to reach higher field in the range of 20 T. This field level is very difficult to reach using only Low Temperature Superconductor materials whereas High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) provide interesting opportunities. High current densities and stress levels are needed to design such magnets. YBCO superconductor(More)
Future accelerator magnets will need to reach a magnetic field in the 20 T range. Reaching such a magnetic field is a challenge only reachable using high temperature superconductor (HTS) material. The high current densities and stress levels needed to satisfy the design criterion of such magnets make YBaCuO superconductor the most appropriate candidate(More)
The large scale particle accelerators of the future in the 20 T regime are enabled by high temperature superconducting magnets. The dipole magnets needed in new high-field accelerators can be constructed with an YBCO insert and a Nb<sub>3</sub>Sn outsert. Such a configuration makes the quench analysis and magnet protection challenging because the quench(More)
A CEA-CNRS French collaboration is currently developing a new hybrid magnet to produce in a first step a continuous magnetic field of 43 T in a 34-mm warm bore aperture. This magnet combines a resistive insert, composed of Bitter and polyhelix coils, and a large bore superconducting &#x201C;outsert.&#x201D; The superconducting coil is based on the novel(More)
High critical temperature superconductors (HTS) bring a lot of opportunities for SMES (Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage). The large current densities under very high fields and the mechanical strength of IBAD route ReBaCuO coated conductors are very favorable characteristics. Electricity storage still is an issue in general and SMES bring a very(More)
The ATLAS Barrel Toroid, part of the ATLAS Detector built at CERN, is comprised of 8 coils symmetrically placed around the LHC beam axis. The coil dimensions are 25 m length, 5 m width and 0.4 m thickness. Each coil cold mass consists of 2 double pancakes of aluminum stabilized NbTi conductor held in an aluminum alloy casing. Because the magnet is(More)
Comparison between active and passive shielding magnets for a large acceptance superconducting dipole magnet has been carried out. The two magnet designs have been studied to answer to the new requirements of Nuclear Physics experiments in order to get a momentum resolution of up to 10<sup>-3</sup> with 1 GeV/nucleon heavy-ion beams: A field integral of(More)
A CEA-CNRS French collaboration is currently developing a new hybrid magnet; this magnet combines a resistive insert composed of Bitter and polyhelix coils and a new large bore superconductor outsert to create an overall continuous magnetic field of 42+ T in a 34 mm warm aperture. The design of the superconducting coil outsert has been completed after(More)
The R3B-GLAD (GSI Large Acceptance superconducting Dipole) magnet provides the magnetic field needed for the R3B (Reaction studies with Radioactive Relativistic Beams) experiment which will be implemented on the future FAIR Facility (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research). There are six trapezoidal racetrack coils for the R3B-GLAD magnet. Two main coils(More)
The R3B-Glad superconducting Magnet provides the field required for a large acceptance spectrometer, dedicated to the analysis of Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive ions Beams. In the framework of the FAIR Project to GSI and within NUSTAR physics program, the technical study started in 2006, and the engineering design is undertaken. One main feature of(More)