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Title: RESULTS OF STRETCHED WIRE FIELD INTEGRAL MEASUREMENTS ON THE MINI-UNDULATOR MAGNET-COMPARISON OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM CIRCULAR AND TRANSLATIONAL MOTION OF THE INTEGRATING WIRE.

Abstract

Measurements of the multipole content of the Mini-Undulator magnet have been made with two different integrating wire techniques. Both measurements used 43 strand Litz wire stretched along the length of the magnet within the magnet gap. In the first technique, the wire motion was purely translational, while in the second technique the wire was moved along a circular path. The induced voltage in the Litz wire was input into a Walker integrator, and the integrator output was analyzed as a function of wire position for determination of the multipole content of the magnetic field. The mini-undulator magnet is a 10 period, 80 mm per period hybrid insertion device. For all the data contained herein the magnet gap was set at 49 mm. In the mini-undulator magnet, the iron poles are 18mm x 32mm x 86mm, and the Samarium Cobalt permanent magnet blocks are 22mm x 21mm x 110mm. For this magnet, which is a shortened prototype for the NSLS Soft X-Ray Undulator Magnet, the undulator parameter K = 0.934 B(Tesla){lambda}(cm), and B(tesla) = 0.534/sinh({pi}Gap/{lambda}). At a gap of 49 mm, the magnetic field is 1590 Gauss. The 43 strand Litz wire is supported on motorized x-y stages at both endsmore » of the magnet, which are controlled by stepping motors through a Labview program. One leg of the wire loop is within the magnet gap, and the other leg is in an essentially field free region. Only the leg of the wire loop within the magnet gap is moved during data acquisition. The Litz wire is tensioned with 11.5 pounds, and is wrapped with a supporting tape which is itself tensioned with 18 pounds through a spring and turnbuckle arrangement. With this setup the sag in the wire over the 72 inch span is less than 0.003 inches, as measured with survey instruments. Photographs of the setup are shown.« less

Authors:
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY (US)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Energy Research (ER) (US)
OSTI Identifier:
10374
Report Number(s):
BNL-65605; KC0204011
R&D Project: LS1; KC0204011; TRN: US0103391
DOE Contract Number:  
AC02-98CH10886
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1 May 1998
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
43 PARTICLE ACCELERATORS; MEASURING METHODS; DATA ACQUISITION; IMAGES; MAGNETIC FIELDS; MOTORS; MULTIPOLES; WIGGLER MAGNETS; PERMANENT MAGNETS

Citation Formats

SOLOMON, L. RESULTS OF STRETCHED WIRE FIELD INTEGRAL MEASUREMENTS ON THE MINI-UNDULATOR MAGNET-COMPARISON OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM CIRCULAR AND TRANSLATIONAL MOTION OF THE INTEGRATING WIRE.. United States: N. p., 1998. Web. doi:10.2172/10374.
SOLOMON, L. RESULTS OF STRETCHED WIRE FIELD INTEGRAL MEASUREMENTS ON THE MINI-UNDULATOR MAGNET-COMPARISON OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM CIRCULAR AND TRANSLATIONAL MOTION OF THE INTEGRATING WIRE.. United States. https://doi.org/10.2172/10374
SOLOMON, L. Fri . "RESULTS OF STRETCHED WIRE FIELD INTEGRAL MEASUREMENTS ON THE MINI-UNDULATOR MAGNET-COMPARISON OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM CIRCULAR AND TRANSLATIONAL MOTION OF THE INTEGRATING WIRE.". United States. https://doi.org/10.2172/10374. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/10374.
@article{osti_10374,
title = {RESULTS OF STRETCHED WIRE FIELD INTEGRAL MEASUREMENTS ON THE MINI-UNDULATOR MAGNET-COMPARISON OF RESULTS OBTAINED FROM CIRCULAR AND TRANSLATIONAL MOTION OF THE INTEGRATING WIRE.},
author = {SOLOMON, L},
abstractNote = {Measurements of the multipole content of the Mini-Undulator magnet have been made with two different integrating wire techniques. Both measurements used 43 strand Litz wire stretched along the length of the magnet within the magnet gap. In the first technique, the wire motion was purely translational, while in the second technique the wire was moved along a circular path. The induced voltage in the Litz wire was input into a Walker integrator, and the integrator output was analyzed as a function of wire position for determination of the multipole content of the magnetic field. The mini-undulator magnet is a 10 period, 80 mm per period hybrid insertion device. For all the data contained herein the magnet gap was set at 49 mm. In the mini-undulator magnet, the iron poles are 18mm x 32mm x 86mm, and the Samarium Cobalt permanent magnet blocks are 22mm x 21mm x 110mm. For this magnet, which is a shortened prototype for the NSLS Soft X-Ray Undulator Magnet, the undulator parameter K = 0.934 B(Tesla){lambda}(cm), and B(tesla) = 0.534/sinh({pi}Gap/{lambda}). At a gap of 49 mm, the magnetic field is 1590 Gauss. The 43 strand Litz wire is supported on motorized x-y stages at both ends of the magnet, which are controlled by stepping motors through a Labview program. One leg of the wire loop is within the magnet gap, and the other leg is in an essentially field free region. Only the leg of the wire loop within the magnet gap is moved during data acquisition. The Litz wire is tensioned with 11.5 pounds, and is wrapped with a supporting tape which is itself tensioned with 18 pounds through a spring and turnbuckle arrangement. With this setup the sag in the wire over the 72 inch span is less than 0.003 inches, as measured with survey instruments. Photographs of the setup are shown.},
doi = {10.2172/10374},
url = {https://www.osti.gov/biblio/10374}, journal = {},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {1998},
month = {5}
}