The CMS Magnetic Field Measuring and Monitoring Systems

@article{Klyukhin2022TheCM,
  title={The CMS Magnetic Field Measuring and Monitoring Systems},
  author={Vyacheslav I. Klyukhin and Austin H. Ball and Felix Bergsma and Hendrik Boterenbrood and B. Cur{\'e} and Domenico Dattola and Andrea Gaddi and Hubert Gerwig and Alain Herv{\'e} and Richard Loveless and Gary Teafoe and Daniel Wenman and Wolfram Dietrich Zeuner and J. B. Zimmerman},
  journal={Symmetry},
  year={2022},
  volume={14},
  pages={169}
}
This review article describes the performance of the magnetic field measuring and monitoring systems for the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector. To cross-check the magnetic flux distribution obtained with the CMS magnet model, four systems for measuring the magnetic flux density in the detector volume were used. The magnetic induction inside the 6 m diameter superconducting solenoid was measured and is currently monitored by four nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) probes installed using special… 
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