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Title An Investigation into the Electromagnetic Interactions between a Superconducting Torus and Solenoid for the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV Upgrade
Authors Renuka Rajput-Ghoshal,Probir Ghoshal,Ruben Fair,John Hogan,David Kashy
JLAB number JLAB-ACE-14-1938
LANL number (None)
Other number DOE/OR/23177-3158
Document Type(s) (Meeting) 
Supported by U.S. Naval Research: No
Supported by Jefferson Lab LDRD Funding: No
 

Meeting
Paper compiled for ASC 2014 (Applied Superconductivity Conference)

Journal
Compiled for IEEE Transactions in Applied Superconductivity
Volume 25
Issue 3
Page(s) 4100605
Refereed


Proceedings

Edited By
IEEE (2015) Refereed
Page(s) 4100605
Publication Abstract: The Jefferson Lab 12 GeV Upgrade will allow the study of the basic properties of the building blocks of matter, how they are formed, how they interact and the forces that mediate these interactions. As part of the Jefferson Lab 12 GeV Upgrade project, the Hall B Upgrade system, also termed CLAS12 detector has been designed to meet the basic requirement to study the structure of nucleons and nuclei. A major focus of the Hall B science program will be to determine the Generalized Parton Distributions. These studies will allow researchers, for the first time, to engage in nuclear tomography, discovering the true three-dimensional structure of the proton and the neutron. The Hall B science program imposes broad requirements for measuring multiple particles over wide kinematic range with excellent resolution in momentum and angles using polarized and unpolarized targets. CLAS12 detector requires two superconducting magnets. One is a magnet system consisting of six superconducting trapezoidal racetrack-type coils assembled in a Toroidal configuration (Torus) and the second is an actively shielded solenoidal magnet (Solenoid). Both the torus and solenoid are located in close proximity to one another and are surrounded by sensitive detectors. This paper investigates the electromagnetic interactions between the two systems during normal operation as well as during various fault scenarios.
Experiment Numbers: other
Group: Engineering Div Mgmt
Document: pdf
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TASC.2014.2372049
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