Author: Krauthammer, E.K.
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MOODB102 Multiple Function Magnet Systems for MAX IV 34
  • F. Bødker, C.E. Hansen, N. Hauge, E.K. Krauthammer, D. Kristoffersen, G. Nielsen, C.W.O. Ostenfeld, C.G. Pedersen
    Danfysik A/S, Taastrup, Denmark
  Danfysik is currently producing 60 up to 3.3 m long magnet systems consisting of up to 12 multipole magnets integrated into each of the yokes for the bending achromats of the MAX IV 3 GeV storage ring and 12 similar systems for the MAX IV 1.5 GeV storage ring. Each magnet yoke contains combined function soft-end dipole and quadrupole elements which are machined out of one single iron block at tolerances of ± 0.02 mm. In addition, separate, higher order multipole magnets are kinematically mounted into the yokes. The integration of many magnetic elements into single yoke structures enables a compact, low emittance storage ring design. The dipole and quadrupole magnetic elements are magnetically field mapped with high precision on a 3D hall probe measuring bench. Higher order multipoles are measured on a slow rotating coil system developed for that purpose. Much effort has been put into automation in order to quickly perform the very comprehensive measurement program each girder will through.  
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THPME002 Compact High-Tc 2G Superconducting Solenoid for Superconducting RF Electron Gun 3514
  • G. Nielsen, A. Baurichter, N. Hauge, E.K. Krauthammer
    Danfysik A/S, Taastrup, Denmark
  A solenoid with second generation (2G) high-temperature superconducting (HTS) coils for use in the superconducting RF electron gun of the WiFEL free electron laser at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, has successfully been designed, manufactured, tested and magnetically characterized at Danfysik. The solenoid is designed to operate in the temperature range between 5 K and 70 K. A stack of 16 serially connected pancake coils wound from SuperPower 2G HTS-tape is mounted inside a cylindrical iron yoke with end caps. The solenoid was designed with an excitation current margin of at least 130 % of the nominal operation current in the whole temperature range. At operation, 17.2 kA-turns yield a center field of 0.20 T and a field integral of 3.1 T2 mm, with very small integrated field errors. With a yoke outer diameter of 176 mm and a total length of 136 mm, the solenoid is very compact, and can therefore be placed very close to the RF cavity, improving its emittance compensating efficiency. Careful magnetic design minimizes the leak field at the SC cavity surface. Heat dissipation is negligible hence conduction cooling through copper braids attached to the iron yoke is sufficient.