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SIS 100 Dipoles

SIS 100 Dipoles show reference
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Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

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Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

BM_SIS_03

Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

BM_SIS_04

Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

BM_SIS_05

Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

BM_SIS_06

Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

Babcock Noell produces 113 dipoles for the SIS 100 accelerator ring at the Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) which is erected at GSI facilities in Darmstadt.

These dipoles have a superferric design. The special property of the magnets is their ability to be ramped very fast up to 4 T/s.

Due to this feature a special type of the cable is necessary to remove the heating created by the AC–operation of the magnets. Babcock Noell fabricates also this cable, which consists of 23 superconducting strands wound helically around a cooling tube.

Technical Data:
Number of Magnets: 113
Maximum Flux Density: 1,9 T
Ramp Rate: 4 T/s
Weight per Magnet: 3 to
Length per Magnet: 3,20 m
Curvature Radius: 52,6

X-FEL Undulator

X-FEL Undulator show reference
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The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.

Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.

The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm

BM_DS_X-FEL_02


The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.

Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.

The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm

BM_DS_X-FEL_03


The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.

Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.

The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm

BM_DS_X-FEL_04


The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.

Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.

The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm

BM_DS_X-FEL_05


The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.

Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.

The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm


The x-ray free-electron laser (XFEL) is being constructed in Hamburg as a European project with strong DESY participation.
 
Babcock Noell received the order from DESY to manufacture a prototype and, based on the resulting findings, to examine and analyze in a study the feasibility of an industrial serial production. The high precision required in this project is particularly challenging.
 
The project requires undulators with a total length of 800 m, each undulator having a length of 5 m.

Customer:
DESY, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, Hamburg

Project duration:
2006 - 2007

Technical Data:
Weight: approx. 8 t
Length: 5 m
Variation of the Gap Height: 250 mm accuracy: 1 µm

Spin-Echo Spektrometer

Spin-Echo Spektrometer show reference
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Project:
Manufacture of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

The magnets consist of solenoids, i.e. cylindrical coils that form a constituent part of an experiment on material research with neutrons. The experiment will be set up at the Spallation Neutron Source SNS in the USA.

The design of the magnets was developed by BNG within a study competition, whereby this design was given priority. The study included proposals for the basic design and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of differing variants to cover various aspects, like cooling, suspending the wrapping packet and assembling the entire system. Some noteworthy technical features of this superconductive magnet system are a cooling by means of cryocoolers and a position monitoring system for the coils during operation.

Scope of delivery:
Planning, design, manufacture and supply of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

Plant location:
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oakridge

Customer:
Jülich Research Centre
Jülich

BM_SNS_02

Project:
Manufacture of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

The magnets consist of solenoids, i.e. cylindrical coils that form a constituent part of an experiment on material research with neutrons. The experiment will be set up at the Spallation Neutron Source SNS in the USA.

The design of the magnets was developed by BNG within a study competition, whereby this design was given priority. The study included proposals for the basic design and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of differing variants to cover various aspects, like cooling, suspending the wrapping packet and assembling the entire system. Some noteworthy technical features of this superconductive magnet system are a cooling by means of cryocoolers and a position monitoring system for the coils during operation.

Scope of delivery:
Planning, design, manufacture and supply of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

Plant location:
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oakridge

Customer:
Jülich Research Centre
Jülich

BM_SNS_03

Project:
Manufacture of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

The magnets consist of solenoids, i.e. cylindrical coils that form a constituent part of an experiment on material research with neutrons. The experiment will be set up at the Spallation Neutron Source SNS in the USA.

The design of the magnets was developed by BNG within a study competition, whereby this design was given priority. The study included proposals for the basic design and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of differing variants to cover various aspects, like cooling, suspending the wrapping packet and assembling the entire system. Some noteworthy technical features of this superconductive magnet system are a cooling by means of cryocoolers and a position monitoring system for the coils during operation.

Scope of delivery:
Planning, design, manufacture and supply of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

Plant location:
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oakridge

Customer:
Jülich Research Centre
Jülich

BM_SNS_04

Project:
Manufacture of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

The magnets consist of solenoids, i.e. cylindrical coils that form a constituent part of an experiment on material research with neutrons. The experiment will be set up at the Spallation Neutron Source SNS in the USA.

The design of the magnets was developed by BNG within a study competition, whereby this design was given priority. The study included proposals for the basic design and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of differing variants to cover various aspects, like cooling, suspending the wrapping packet and assembling the entire system. Some noteworthy technical features of this superconductive magnet system are a cooling by means of cryocoolers and a position monitoring system for the coils during operation.

Scope of delivery:
Planning, design, manufacture and supply of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

Plant location:
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oakridge

Customer:
Jülich Research Centre
Jülich

Project:
Manufacture of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

The magnets consist of solenoids, i.e. cylindrical coils that form a constituent part of an experiment on material research with neutrons. The experiment will be set up at the Spallation Neutron Source SNS in the USA.

The design of the magnets was developed by BNG within a study competition, whereby this design was given priority. The study included proposals for the basic design and discussed the advantages and disadvantages of differing variants to cover various aspects, like cooling, suspending the wrapping packet and assembling the entire system. Some noteworthy technical features of this superconductive magnet system are a cooling by means of cryocoolers and a position monitoring system for the coils during operation.

Scope of delivery:
Planning, design, manufacture and supply of two superconductive solenoids for a neutron spin echo spectrometer

Plant location:
Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oakridge

Customer:
Jülich Research Centre
Jülich

LHC Dipol Magnets

LHC Dipol Magnets show reference
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The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_02

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_03

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_04

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_05

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_06

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

BM_LHC_07

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.

The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.

Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.

Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

The dipole magnets for the LHC accelerator ring are used to keep the particles on track. Among other magnets, the accelerator ring consists of 1,132 dipole magnets, each 15 m long and weighing about 30 t.
 
The inner coil is built from superconducting material for generating a magnet field of about 8 Tesla; this requires chilling the magnets to -271°C.
 
Babcock Noell won the contract for developing the prototype, for pre-serial production and serial production. Thus, Babcock Noell supplied a third of the magnets for the whole accelerator ring.
 
Customer:
CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

Project duration:
1999 - 2006

Technical Data of a Dipole:
Total Length: approx. 15 m
Diameter: 0.91 m
Total Weight (incl. cryostat): approx. 31.5 t
Magnetic Flux Density: 8.33 T
Operating Temperature: 1.9 K
Operating Current: 11 800 A

Contact

Michael Gehring

Michael Gehring

Michael Gehring

Sales
Babcock Noell GmbH
Alfred Nobel Str. 20
97080 Würzburg
Germany

Phone: +49 931 903-6031
Fax: +49 931 903-6010

Dr. Wolfgang Walter

Wolfgang Walter

Dr. Wolfgang Walter

Head of Division
Babcock Noell GmbH
Alfred Nobel Str. 20
97080 Würzburg
Germany

Phone: +49 931 903-6054
Fax: +49 931 903-6010