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Technical Design Report for the PANDA Solenoid and Dipole Spectrometer Magnets

  title={Technical Design Report for the PANDA Solenoid and Dipole Spectrometer Magnets},
  author={The Panda Collaboration W. Erni and Irakli Keshelashvili and B. Krusche and Michael Steinacher and Y. K. Heng and Z. X. Liu and H. W. Liu and X. Shen and O. Wang and H. Xu and J{\"u}rgen Becker and Florian Feldbauer and F.H. Heinsius and T. Held and H. Koch and Bertram Kopf and Marc Pelizaeus and T. Vazquez Schroeder and Michael Steinke and U. Wiedner and J. Zhong and Antonio Bianconi and Mario Bragadireanu and D. Pantea and Alexandra Tudorache and Valentina Tudorache and Marzio De Napoli and Francesca Giacoppo and Giuseppina Raciti and Elisa Rapisarda and C. Sfienti and E. Bialkowski and Andrzej Budzanowski and Bartłomiej Czech and M. Kistryn and St. Kliczewski and A. Kozela and P. Kulessa and Krzysztof Pysz and Wolfgang Schaefer and Regina Siudak and Antoni Szczurek and W. Czy.zycki and Mariusz Domagala and M. Hawryluk and Edward Lisowski and F. Peter Lisowski and Leszek Wojnar and Damian Tomasz Gil and Piotr Hawranek and B. Kamys and St. Kistryn and Krzysztof Korcyl and Wojciech Krzemień and Andrzej Magiera and Paweł Moskal and Zbigniew Rudy and Piotr Salabura and Jerzy Smyrski and Aleksandra Wrońska and Mohammad Al-turany and Ingo Augustin and Harald Deppe and H. Flemming and J{\"u}rgen Gerl and Klaus Goetzen and Roland Hohler and D. Lehmann and Bernd Lewandowski and J. Luehning and Frank Maas and Debadeepti Mishra and Herbert Orth and Krisztian Peters and T. Saito and G. Schepers and Ch. Schmidt and Lars Schmitt and Cornelius Schwarz and Bernd Voss and Peter Wieczorek and Anne Wilms and K. – T. Brinkmann and H. Freiesleben and R. Jaekel and Ralf Kliemt and T. Wuerschig and H. -G. Zaunick and Victor Mukhamedovich Abazov and G. D. Alexeev and Alexander Leonardovich Arefiev and V. I. Astakhov and Mikhail Barabanov and Boris Batyunya and Yu. I. Davydov and V. Kh. Dodokhov and Andrey A. Efremov and Anatoly Fedunov and A. A. Feshchenko and A. S. Galoyan and S. Grigoryan and Akhmed M. Karmokov and E. K. Koshurnikov and V. Ch. Kudaev and Vladimir Lobanov and Yu.Yu. Lobanov and Admiral Makarov and L. V. Malinina and Vladimir Malyshev and G. A. Mustafaev and Alexander Olshevski and M. A. Pasyuk and Eugenia Perevalova and Alexei Piskun and Timur Pocheptsov and G. B. Pontecorvo and V. K. Rodionov and Yu. N. Rogov and R. A. Salmin and Alexander Samartsev and M. G. Sapozhnikov and A. Shabratova and Galina Shabratova and A. N. Skachkova and Nikolay Skachkov and E. A. Strokovsky and M. K. Suleimanov and R. Sh. Teshev and Valeriy Tokmenin and Vladimir Uzhinsky and A. S. Vodopianov and Sergey Andreevich Zaporozhets and N. I. Zhuravlev and Arseny Zorin and Derek Branford and K. Foehl and D. I. Glazier and D P Watts and Peter J. Woods and Wolfgang K. Eyrich and Albert Lehmann and Andreas Teufel and Sean A Dobbs and Z. V. Metreveli and Kamal K. Seth and Boravin Tann and Amiran Tomaradze and Diego Bettoni and Vittore Carassiti and Ana Victoria Cecchi and P. F. Dalpiaz and Elisa Fioravanti and Isabella Garzia and Matteo Negrini and Mauro Savri{\'e} and Giulio Stancari and B. Dulach and Paola Gianotti and Carlo Guaraldo and Vincenzo Lucherini and Emanuele Pace and Andrea Bersani and Mario Macr{\`i} and Mauro Marinelli and R. F. Parodi and I. Brodski and William Doering and Peter Drexler and Michael Dueren and Z. Gagyi-Palffy and Ara Hayrapetyan and Martin Kotulla and Wolfgang Kuehn and S. Lange and M. Liu and V. Metag and M. Nanova and Radek Novotny and Claire Salz and J. Schneider and P. Schoenmeier and R. Herrberg Schubert and Stefano Spataro and Hasko Stenzel and Chris Strackbein and M. Thiel and U. Thoering and S Y Yang and T. Clarkson and Euan N. Cowie and E. J. Downie and G. Hill and M. Hoek and David Ireland and Ralf Kaiser and Tibor Keri and Irina Lehmann and Kay Livingston and Scott Lumsden and Douglas MacGregor and B. Mckinnon and Morgan Murray and Dan Protopopescu and Guenther Rosner and Bjoern Seitz and G. Yang and Mohammad Babai and A. K. Biegun and Arkadiusz Bubak and Elmaddin Guliyev and V. Bala Shunmuga Jothi and Myroslav Kavatsyuk and H. Loehner and Johan G. Messchendorp and H. A. J. Smit and J. C. van der Weele and F. G. Garcia and Dan Olof Riska and Markus Buescher and Rovena Dosdall and Roman Dzhygadlo and Albrecht Gillitzer and Dirk Grunwald and Vishwajeet Jha and G{\"u}nter Kemmerling and H. Kleines and Andreas Lehrach and R. Maier and Marius C. Mertens and H. Ohm and Dieter Prasuhn and Tsitohaina H. Randriamalala and James Ritman and M. Roeder and Tobias Stockmanns and Peter Wintz and P. Wuestner and John B. Kisiel and S. Li and Z. Li and Z. Y. Sun and S. Fissum and K. Hansen and Lennart Isaksson and Magnus Lundin and B. C. Schroeder and Patrick Achenbach and Maria Carmen Mora Espi and Josef Pochodzalla and S. S{\'a}nchez and Alicia Sanchez-Lorente and Valery Dormenev and Andrei Fedorov and Mikhail V. Korzhik and Oleg V. Missevitch and V. N. Balanutsa and Vitaly Chernetsky and A. Demekhin and A. Dolgolenko and P. V. Fedorets and Arsenii Gerasimov and Vladimir Goryachev and A. V. Boukharov and O. Malyshev and I. Marishev and Alexei Semenov and Ch. Hoeppner and Bernhard Franz Ketzer and Igor Konorov and Alexander Bernd Mann and Sebastian Neubert and Stephan Paul and Quirin Weitzel and Alfons Khoukaz and T. Rausmann and A. Taeschner and J. P. Wessels and Raghava Varma and Evgeny Baldin and K. Yu. Kotov and Sergey Peleganchuk and Yu. A. Tikhonov and J. Boucher and Thierry Hennino and Ronald Alexander Kunne and Saro Ong and J. Pouthas and B{\'e}atrice Ramstein and Ph. Rosier and Małgorzata Sudoł and Jacques Van de Wiele and T. Zerguerras and K. Dmowski and R. Korzeniewski and D. Przemysław and Bradley S. Slowinski and Gianluigi Boca and Alessandro Braghieri and Susanna Costanza and Andrea Fontana and Pablo Genova and Lia Lavezzi and Paolo Montagna and A. Rotondi and N. I. Belikov and A. M. Davidenko and A. A. 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  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Detectors},
This document is the Technical Design Report covering the two large spectrometer magnets of the PANDA detector set-up. It shows the conceptual design of the magnets and their anticipated performance. It precedes the tender and procurement of the magnets and, hence, is subject to possible modifications arising during this process. 

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