Assembly and First Training of the Dipole Magnet FRESCA2
CERN Postdoctoral Fellow
Mercredi 29/03/2017, 11:00-12:00
Bat 130, pce 52 -- 7 à table + 3, CEA Paris-Saclay

The FRESCA2 dipole magnet has been developed within a collaboration between CEA Saclay and CERN. The main goal of the magnet is to provide a 13 T nominal bore field into a clear aperture of 100 mm diameter, for the second generation cable test facility FRESCA2 (Facility for the REception of Superconducting Cables) at CERN. The coils have been produced in a joint effort between CEA Saclay and CERN. A first magnet assembly has been performed at CERN, pre-loaded at room temperature, and cooled-down in liquid helium. A first training campaign has recently been carried out at CERN. The assembly process will be described, then the electromagnetic and mechanical behaviour during the training will be presented.

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