A fast-switching magnet serving a spallation-driven ultracold neutron source.

@inproceedings{Ahmed2019AFM,
  title={A fast-switching magnet serving a spallation-driven ultracold neutron source.},
  author={S. Ahmed and Emily Altiere and Taraneh Andalib and M. J. Barnes and Benjamin Bell and Christopher Paul Bidinosti and Yu.V. Bylinsky and J. Chak and Mousumi Das and Christin A. Davis and Florian Fischer and Beatrice Franke and M. T. W. Gericke and Pietro Giampa and M. Hahn and S. Hansen-Romu and Kichiji Hatanaka and Tsutomu Hayamizu and Becky Jamieson and Deborah J. Jones and Kalliopi Katsika and Shinsuke Kawasaki and Tatsuya Kikawa and Wendy Klassen and Akira Konaka and E. Korkmaz and F. Kuchler and L. Kurchaninov and Mattias Lang and L. Lee and Th. Lindner and Kirk W. Madison and Juliette Mammei and Russell Mammei and James W. Martin and Ryohei Matsumiya and Eric Miller and T. Momose and Ruediger Picker and E. Pierre and W. Desmond Ramsay and Y. V. Lakshmana Rao and W. R. Rawnsley and Luke Rebenitsch and Werner Schreyer and Sonny Sidhu and S. Vanbergen and W.T.H. van Oers and Yutaka X. Watanabe and D. Yosifov University of Manitoba and The University of British Columbia and Center for European Nuclear Research and Triumf and McGill University and Montr{\'e}al and The University of Winnipeg and Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts and Research Center for Nuclear Physics and Riken and High Energy Accelerator Research Organization and Kek and Kyoto University and University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University},
  year={2019}
}
A fast-switching, high-repetition-rate magnet and power supply have been developed for and operated at TRIUMF, to deliver a proton beam to the new ultracold neutron (UCN) facility. The facility possesses unique operational requirements: a time-averaged beam current of 40~$\mu$A with the ability to switch the beam on or off for several minutes. These requirements are in conflict with the typical operation mode of the TRIUMF cyclotron which delivers nearly continuous beam to multiple users. To… CONTINUE READING

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