Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Volume 31 by Joseph L. Smith Jr., George Y. Robinson Jr. (auth.), R. W.

By Joseph L. Smith Jr., George Y. Robinson Jr. (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)

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Both schemes include molding of each of the fou~ windings at about 69 to 117 MFa in a p~ecilion fixtu~e a t about 130·C to ensu~e ~ep~oducibie coil dimensions and to slue the turns tosethe~, which will facilitate assembly of the coila. The ends of the BNL coils have la~ge - ~adlus bends designed to accommodate p~e~eacted Nb sn cable. This featu~e is not neces aa ~y fo~ 3 NbTi and will be eliminated. · Even this smal l bulge can p~obably be eliminated, if necessa~y . with ca~eful winding techniques .

The physical mechanisms involved are complex enough, however, that experimental demonstration is needed to verify the calculation. If gas desorption is excessive an inner liner, permeable to gas but having a low transmission for scattered photons, will be necessary. As a result of these studies the technical feasibility of the SSC is well established. The cost of such a facility is also a central issue and a considerable portion of the RDS effort was devoted to cost estimating. In carrying out the estimating a detailed work breakdown structure was devised as a guide.

5 K, 5 T would be at least 2400A/mm2 by the time SSC magnets went into production. Also important for an economical magnet design is small heat leak to the low temperature parts, and low heat leak was emphasized in the magnet designs. SUbstantial progress has been made in these areas. Details will be found in technical reports to this Conference. In the area of superconductor, significant advances in current carrying capacity of commercially available NbTi cable have been registered. Improved understanding of the fundamentals and the translation of that understanding into improved processes resulted from close university-Iaboratory-industry collaboration with support from the DOE.

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