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By David E. Andrews (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)

The 1987 joint Cryogenic Engineering Conference/International Cryogenic fabrics convention was once held on the Pheasant Run hotel, St. Charles, lliinois from June 14 to 18. Fermi nationwide Accelerator Laboratory, positioned a couple of kilometers from Pheasant Run, was once the host for this convention. there's a good deal of cryogenic examine and improvement underway at Fermilab and lots of functions of cryogenic fabrics and platforms are in rou­ tine, day-by-day use on the Tevatron. The technical software for the joint convention had over three hundred invited and contributed papers from many various nations. The CEC board and i've attempted to dramatically shorten the booklet time of this quantity of Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. so one can aid meet the objective of the February booklet, I requested the reviewers to accomplish their experiences prior to leaving Pheasant Run, after the convention. i want to thank all the reviewers for his or her instructed and throughtful experiences. I greatly get pleasure from the authors following the prescribed layout and responding fast to my requests for revisions.

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12. Magnetic field with iron shield for two different currents. 10aH oL-~-----L----~~--~--~--~ -10 -5 0 5 10 x/cm Fig. 13. Dynamic aperture with standard lattice and magnet E 54. CONCLUSION The technology developed for straight accelerator magnets can be applied to strongly curved bending magnets having a slot along the circumference. The design presented has an acceptable dynamic aperture when used within the standard lattice of the Karlsruhe compact synchrotron light source. REFERENCES L for references see H.

Presently, the dynamic characteristics of the cryogenic and electric schemes when simulating the accelerator cycles and emergency operational modes of a two-magnet string are studied. Next stage of the work will be conducted with a four-magnet string. THE CRYOGENIC SCHEME The cryogenic scheme of the facility provides cooldown, cooling and warm up of a magnet string as well as helium removal during a superconducting-to-normal transition. A possibility is envisaged to perform study on heat exchange and hydraulics, determine heat influxes in string elements and dynamic heat releases into the magnets, simulate various schemes of cooldown and warmup techniques.

And Meth. B 24/25: 877 (1987). 32 TESTING OF A 3 TESLA SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNET FOR THE AMY DETECTOR AT TRISTAN K. Tsuchiya, s. Terada, T. Omori, A. Maki, Y. Doi, T. Haruyama and T. Mito KEK, National Laboratory for High Energy Physics Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan K. Asano Hitachi Ltd. Hitachi, Ibaraki, Japan ABSTRACT A 3 tesla superconducting magnet was constructed and installed in an experimental hall at TRISTAN. Cooldown and excitation tests of the magnet were carried out with a dedicated cryogenic system.

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