The Basis for the Design of Superconducting Accelerator Magnets
The basic design principles of superconducting accelerator magnets were covered in a series of three talks following closely the lectures by K.H. Meß and myself at the Course on Superconductivity in Particle Accelerator1, Hamburg 1988. Since a detailed report is contained in the proceedings of the Course, I want to restrict myself here to a brief summary of the topics except for those points where important new material has been added.*
KeywordsBeam Pipe Quadrupole Magnet Correction Coil Basic Design Principle Iron Yoke
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