Author: Petrone, C.
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THPPD010 Design, Assembly and First Measurements of a Short Model for CLIC Final Focus Hybrid Quadrupole QD0 3515
  • M. Modena, O. Dunkel, J.G. Perez, C. Petrone, P.A. Thonet, D. Tommasini
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  • E. Solodko, A.S. Vorozhtsov
    JINR, Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia
  In the framework of the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) R&D, a tunable hybrid magnet design has been proposed for the final focus QD0 quadrupole. A short model of the magnet has been realized in order to validate the novel design and its expected performances. In order to achieve extremely high quadrupole gradients (>500 T/m), the magnet design combines: a core structure made in magnetic CoFe alloy “Permendur”, permanent magnet blocks, and air-cooled electromagnetic coils. Relevant aspects of this design are the wide tunability of the gradient range, the compactness and the absence of any vibrations. In this paper a reminder of the magnet design concept is given; then, the procurement and assembly main aspects are presented, followed by the results of the magnetic measurements. Finally, some manufacturing considerations relative to a full size magnet procurement are discussed.