DFBX boxes - electrical and cryogenic distribution boxes for the superconducting magnets in the LHC straight sections

@inproceedings{Zbasnik2002DFBXB,
  title={DFBX boxes - electrical and cryogenic distribution boxes for the superconducting magnets in the LHC straight sections},
  author={Jon Paul Zbasnik and Carol A. Corradi and Stephen A. Gourlay and Michael A. Green and Aurelio Q. Hafalia and Yoichi Kajiyama and Michael J. Knolls and Roberto F. LaMantia and Joseph E. Rasson and Dulie Reavill and William Carl Turner},
  year={2002}
}
DFBX distribution boxes provide cryogenic and electrical services to superconducting quadrupoles and to a superconducting dipole at either end of four of the long straight sections in the LHC. The DFBX boxes also provide instrumentation and quench protection to the magnets. Current for the quadrupole and the dipole magnet is delivered through leads that combine HTS and gas cooled leads. Current for the 600 A and 120 A correction magnets is provided by pure gascooled leads. The bus bars from the… CONTINUE READING

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The DFBX Cryogenic Distribution System for the LHC Straight Sections

  • J. L. Zbasnik, C. A. Corradi, M. A. Green
  • to be published in the Proceedings of the…
  • 2002
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