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Title Electromagnetic and Mechanical Analysis of the Coil Structure for the CLAS12 Torus for 12 GeV Upgrade
Authors Probir Ghoshal,Orlando Pastor,David Kashy,William Schneider,Mark Wiseman,Michael Zarecky,Glenn Young,Claus Rode,Latifa Elouadrhiri,Volker Burkert
JLAB number JLAB-ACE-14-1934
LANL number (None)
Other number DOE/OR/23177-3152
Document Type(s) (Journal Article) 
Supported by U.S. Naval Research: No
Supported by Jefferson Lab LDRD Funding: No
 

Journal
Compiled for IEEE Transactions in Applied Superconductivity
Volume 25
Issue 3
Page(s) 4500705
Refereed
Publication Abstract: Abstract: The torus magnet for the CLAS12 spectrometer is a 3.6 T superconducting magnet being designed and built as part of the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV Upgrade. The magnet consists of six coil case assemblies mounted to a cold central hub. The coil case assembly consists of an aluminum case and cover enclosing an epoxy vacuum impregnated coil pack. The coil pack consists of a 117 turn double-pancake winding wrapped with 2 layers of 0.635 mm thick copper cooling sheets. The coil case assembly is cooled by supercritical helium at 4.6 K. This report details the structural analysis of the coil case assembly and the assessment of the coil pack stresses. For the normal operation of the torus magnet, the coil case assembly was analyzed for cool down to 4.6 K and the Lorentz forces at normal operating current. In addition to the normal operating configuration, the coil case assembly was analyzed for Lorentz forces arising from coil misalignment and current imbalances. The allowable stress criteria for the magnet followed the approach of the ASME codes. Primary stresses were limited to the lesser of 2/3 times the yield strength or 1/3 times the ultimate tensile strength. Primary plus secondary stresses were limited to 3 times the primary stress allowable. The analysis was performed using ANSYS Maxwell to calculate the magneto-static loads and ANSYS Mechanical to calculate the stresses.
Experiment Numbers: other
Group: Engineering Div Mgmt
Document: pdf
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2014.2382604
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