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Magnetic Field Measurement System in Superconducting Combined Function Magnets for the J-PARC Neutrino Beam Line

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16 Author(s)
Sasaki, K.-i. ; High Energy Accel. Res. Organ., Tsukuba ; Tomaru, T. ; Ajima, Y. ; Ogitsu, T.
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Magnetic field measurements have been performed for the first full-scale magnet system assembled with the cryostat for the J-PARC proton beam line of neutrino experiment. In the measurement system, the probe position with respect to magnet central axis is measured by a Helium Neon laser and a position sensitive detector, PSD, in order to obtain an exact dipole field strength. Errors associated with the PSD misalignment and influences on the PSD signals by the magnetic field were evaluated. The measured dipole components approached to the design values by compensating those with the probe position. The latest beam simulation indicated that the measured values of magnetic field were good enough for the primary proton beam transport.

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

June 2008

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