Applied Physics Group
Magnetic field measurement and mapping technologies
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The lecture series will cover the following subjects:
The different topics may be grouped into 3 parts:
Methods of using magnetic measurements for beam guidance in accelerators and for particle detection in spectrometer magnets.
- Type and characteristics of devices and related mechanical and electronic equipment.
- Magnetic field positioning and alignment.
- Part I
- Field measurement techniques Magnetometers (Hall, NMR, EPR, fluxgate, magnetoresistors)
- Fluxmeters (pick-up coils, rotating coils)
- Other techniques (Faraday effect, particle beam trajectory, magnetostriction)
- Combined magnetic and geometric measurements for alignment
- Part II
- Magnetic measurements as production control
- Geometric multipoles in accelerator magnets
- Tolerance control for components
- Magnetic properties of accelerator magnet components
- Persistent currents in accelerator magnets
- Part III
- Magnetic measurements as characterization
- Field map in detector magnets
- Injection behaviour in accelerator magnets
- Multipoles during ramps, tracking of magnets
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