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Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet

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Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet. / Cheng, Da; Salmi, Tiina; Xu, Qingjin; Peng, Quanling; Wang, Chengtao; Wang, Yingzhe; Kong, Ershuai; Zhang, Kai.

julkaisussa: Cryogenics, Vuosikerta 92, 01.06.2018, s. 13-19.

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Cheng, D, Salmi, T, Xu, Q, Peng, Q, Wang, C, Wang, Y, Kong, E & Zhang, K 2018, 'Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet', Cryogenics, Vuosikerta. 92, Sivut 13-19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cryogenics.2018.03.005

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Cheng, D., Salmi, T., Xu, Q., Peng, Q., Wang, C., Wang, Y., ... Zhang, K. (2018). Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet. Cryogenics, 92, 13-19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cryogenics.2018.03.005

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Cheng D, Salmi T, Xu Q, Peng Q, Wang C, Wang Y et al. Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet. Cryogenics. 2018 kesä 1;92:13-19. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cryogenics.2018.03.005

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Cheng, Da ; Salmi, Tiina ; Xu, Qingjin ; Peng, Quanling ; Wang, Chengtao ; Wang, Yingzhe ; Kong, Ershuai ; Zhang, Kai. / Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet. Julkaisussa: Cryogenics. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 92. Sivut 13-19.

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title = "Quench simulation results for a 12-T twin-aperture dipole magnet",
abstract = "A 12-T twin-aperture subscale dipole magnet is being developed for SPPC pre-study at the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP). The magnet is comprised of 6 double-pancake coils which include 2 Nb3Sn coils and 4 NbTi coils. As the stored energy of the magnet is 0.452 MJ and the operation margin is only about 20{\%} at 4.2 K, a quick and effective quench protection system is necessary during the test of this high field magnet. For the design of the quench protection system, attention was not only paid to the hotspot temperature and terminal voltage, but also the temperature gradient during the quench process due to the poor mechanical characteristics of the Nb3Sn cables. With the adiabatic analysis, numerical simulation and the finite element simulation, an optimized protection method is adopted, which contains a dump resistor and quench heaters. In this paper, the results of adiabatic analysis and quench simulation, such as current decay, hot-spot temperature and terminal voltage are presented in details.",
keywords = "Adiabatic analysis, Heater design, Quench protection, Quench simulation",
author = "Da Cheng and Tiina Salmi and Qingjin Xu and Quanling Peng and Chengtao Wang and Yingzhe Wang and Ershuai Kong and Kai Zhang",
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AU - Kong, Ershuai

AU - Zhang, Kai

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AB - A 12-T twin-aperture subscale dipole magnet is being developed for SPPC pre-study at the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP). The magnet is comprised of 6 double-pancake coils which include 2 Nb3Sn coils and 4 NbTi coils. As the stored energy of the magnet is 0.452 MJ and the operation margin is only about 20% at 4.2 K, a quick and effective quench protection system is necessary during the test of this high field magnet. For the design of the quench protection system, attention was not only paid to the hotspot temperature and terminal voltage, but also the temperature gradient during the quench process due to the poor mechanical characteristics of the Nb3Sn cables. With the adiabatic analysis, numerical simulation and the finite element simulation, an optimized protection method is adopted, which contains a dump resistor and quench heaters. In this paper, the results of adiabatic analysis and quench simulation, such as current decay, hot-spot temperature and terminal voltage are presented in details.

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