Status of the 16 T dipole development program for a future hadron collider

Davide Tommasini (Corresponding Author), Diego Arbelaez, Bernhard Auchmann, Hugues Bajas, Marta Bajko, Amalia Ballarino, Emanuela Barzi, Giovanni Bellomo, Michael Benedikt, Susana Izquierdo Bermudez, Bernardo Bordini, Luca Bottura, Lucas Brouwer, Marco Buzio, Barbara Caiffi, Shlomo Caspi, Marc Dhalle, Maria Durante, Gijs De Rijk, Pasquale FabbricatoreStefania Farinon, Paolo Ferracin, Peng Gao, Steve Gourlay, Mariusz Juchno, Vadim Kashikhin, Friedrich Lackner, Clement Lorin, Maxim Marchevsky, Vittorio Marinozzi, Teresa Martinez, Javier Munilla, Igor Novitski, Toru Ogitsu, Rafal Ortwein, Juan Carlos Perez, Carlo Petrone, Soren Prestemon, Marco Prioli, Jean Michel Rifflet, Etienne Rochepault, Stephan Russenschuck, Tiina Salmi, Frederic Savary, Daniel Schoerling, Michel Segreti, Carmine Senatore, Massimo Sorbi, Antti Stenvall, Ezio Todesco, Fernando Toral, Arjan P. Verweij, W.A.J. Wessel, Felix Wolf, Alexander Zlobin

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Abstract

A next step of energy increase of hadron colliders beyond the LHC requires high-field superconducting magnets capable of providing a dipolar field in the range of 16 T in a 50 mm aperture with accelerator quality. These characteristics could meet the re-quirements for an upgrade of the LHC to twice the present beam energy (HE-LHC) or for a 100 TeV centre of mass energy Future Circular Collider (FCC). This paper summarizes the activities and plans for the development of these magnets, in particular within the 16 T Magnet Technology Program, the WP5 of the EuroCirCol, and the US Magnet Development Program.

Original languageEnglish
Article number4001305
Number of pages5
JournalIEEE transactions on applied superconductivity
Volume28
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2018

Keywords

  • 16 T
  • FCC
  • Nb3Sn
  • superconducting

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