Compact Superconducting Final Focus Magnet Options for the ILC

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The QD0 quadrupole, the final focus magnet closest to the Interaction Point (IP) for the ILC 20 mr crossing angle layout, must provide strong focusing yet be adjustable to accommodate collision energy changes for energy scans and low energy calibration running. It must also be compact to allow disrupted beam and Beamstrahlung coming from the IP to pass outside into an independent instrumented beam line that leads to a high-power beam absorber. In designing QD0 we take advantage of recent BNL experience making direct wind superconducting magnets. Here we review important considerations for the present design, report on progress producing ... continued below

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Parker, B.; Anerella, M.; Escallier, J.; Harrison, M.; He, P.; Jain, A.K. et al. March 15, 2006.

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The QD0 quadrupole, the final focus magnet closest to the Interaction Point (IP) for the ILC 20 mr crossing angle layout, must provide strong focusing yet be adjustable to accommodate collision energy changes for energy scans and low energy calibration running. It must also be compact to allow disrupted beam and Beamstrahlung coming from the IP to pass outside into an independent instrumented beam line that leads to a high-power beam absorber. In designing QD0 we take advantage of recent BNL experience making direct wind superconducting magnets. Here we review important considerations for the present design, report on progress producing a prototype, describe our compact quadrupole concept in greater detail, and relate this work to other ILC design challenges.

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  • Prepared for Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 05), Knoxville, Tennessee, 16-20 May 2005

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Parker, B.; Anerella, M.; Escallier, J.; Harrison, M.; He, P.; Jain, A.K. et al. Compact Superconducting Final Focus Magnet Options for the ILC, article, March 15, 2006; [Menlo Park, California]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc873827/: accessed August 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.