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T3K0Q2. HARMONIC COEFFICIENTS AT 4200 A
/CdL (S5 and 717 Colls)
HARMONIC NUMBER (a)
Figure 5: Harmonic moments of 717 coils
TSJ002, NORMAL 12-POLE
Figure 6: Current hysteresis of 12-pole moment
post was introducing some heat into the magnet produc-
ing a bubble of warm gas in the upper portion of the coil.
Leaving the magnet cold for a longer period of time would
shrink this pocket of warm gas, as it happened during the
fist cool down. Increasing the pressure would also raise the
liquid level further up inside the cryostat causing a more
uniform temperature distribution throughout the coil. It
was, thus, concluded that the quench behaviour after the
thermal cycle was actually a cooling curve and not a train-
ing one. Other magnets exhibited similar behaviour con-
firming the above hypothesis.
The magnetic field measurements on the S5 and 717 coils
were done with the system used for the testing of all the
Tevatron magnets . The harmonic content of the field is
measured with a rotating coil, and a stretched wire mea-
surement is used to find the magnetic center and measure
the integrated gradient and the field angle. Figure 5 shows
the harmonic coefficients for a 717 coil as measured with
the rotating coil. Both S5 and 717 coils have a large 12-
pole moment built into them. Figure 6 shows the current
hysteresis in the 12-pole moments as a function of current
for a 717 coil.
The integrated gradient is measured with a stretched
wire probe described in . Figure 7 shows the measured
J GdL for the S5 and 717 coils. For detailed discussion of
7 IT Coili (*4000 A)
3S Coil* (•I00C A)
Figure 7: J GdL for S5 and 717 coils
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Mokhtarani, A.; Brown, B.C.; Hanft, R.; Oleck, A.R.; Peterson, T. & Turkot, F. Production measurements on the quadrupole correctors for the new Low- Beta System for the Tevatron Collider, article, May 1, 1991; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1092979/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.