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Title: PARTICLE ACCELERATOR DIVISION SUMMARY REPORT FOR APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1957

Abstract

>Abstracts of published reports and a list of the internal memos of general interest are included. The radial vari:dtion of magnetic field as a function of thc magnitude of the central field was measured and investigated with model magnets. Measurements on end-effects were made on the 1/7-scale model magnet. The calculated and measured fields at the ramp and are shown for a low field value where there is no saturation and such calculations are expected to be valid. The variation in the effective magnetic end position as function of the central field value and also thc radial shape of the cffective end as a function of central field value are shown. Flow measurements were made for the various sizes of Cu tubing that could be used for model magnet coils. A block diagram of could new generator regulator for the G. E. generator is given. A schematic diagram of the pulse circuit for the 1/4-scale model magnet and an idealized voltage waveform on an inductivc load are shown. A plan view of the ring magnet is given showing the basic dimensions and a proposed arrangement of the various basic components which will occupy the straight sections. A plan view ofmore » a nviently driven to form a pile bent. The pile bent spacing demension and bent lo adings are when deflections at the overhanging ends and at all the midpoints of the spans are equal. The results of the calculations of thc m:ignctization of thc magnet of the l2.5 Bev proton deflections at the overhanging ends and at all the midpoints of the spiins are equal. The results of the calculations of the magnetization of the magnet of the l2.5 Rev proton synchrotron are t:ibulated tind grnphed. The schcmatic circuit of the master oscillator r-f control systcm is given The bias program which must be dcveloped and the various contributions which are added together to get it are plotted. Results are given on Evaportion pump speed using nitrogen and air. Pump-down data for air in a 23-ft stanless stcel chamber with an Evaportion pump are tabulated. (For preceding period see ANL-57l3.) (M.H.R.)« less

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Argonne National Lab., Lemont, Ill.
OSTI Identifier:
4322620
Report Number(s):
ANL-5803
NSA Number:
NSA-12-003328
DOE Contract Number:  
W-31-109-ENG-38
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-58
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
PHYSICS; ACCELERATORS; AIR; CIRCUITS; COILS; COPPER; ELECTRIC POTENTIAL; ENERGY RANGE; GENERATORS; IONS; LIQUID FLOW; MAGNETIC FIELDS; MAGNETS; MEASURED VALUES; MOCKUP; NITROGEN; NUMERICALS; PROTON BEAMS; PULSES; RADIO WAVES; STAINLESS STEELS; SYNCHROTRONS; TUBES; VARIATIONS; VESSELS

Citation Formats

None. PARTICLE ACCELERATOR DIVISION SUMMARY REPORT FOR APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1957. United States: N. p., 1957. Web. doi:10.2172/4322620.
None. PARTICLE ACCELERATOR DIVISION SUMMARY REPORT FOR APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1957. United States. doi:10.2172/4322620.
None. Tue . "PARTICLE ACCELERATOR DIVISION SUMMARY REPORT FOR APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1957". United States. doi:10.2172/4322620. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/4322620.
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title = {PARTICLE ACCELERATOR DIVISION SUMMARY REPORT FOR APRIL THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1957},
author = {None},
abstractNote = {>Abstracts of published reports and a list of the internal memos of general interest are included. The radial vari:dtion of magnetic field as a function of thc magnitude of the central field was measured and investigated with model magnets. Measurements on end-effects were made on the 1/7-scale model magnet. The calculated and measured fields at the ramp and are shown for a low field value where there is no saturation and such calculations are expected to be valid. The variation in the effective magnetic end position as function of the central field value and also thc radial shape of the cffective end as a function of central field value are shown. Flow measurements were made for the various sizes of Cu tubing that could be used for model magnet coils. A block diagram of could new generator regulator for the G. E. generator is given. A schematic diagram of the pulse circuit for the 1/4-scale model magnet and an idealized voltage waveform on an inductivc load are shown. A plan view of the ring magnet is given showing the basic dimensions and a proposed arrangement of the various basic components which will occupy the straight sections. A plan view of a nviently driven to form a pile bent. The pile bent spacing demension and bent lo adings are when deflections at the overhanging ends and at all the midpoints of the spans are equal. The results of the calculations of thc m:ignctization of thc magnet of the l2.5 Bev proton deflections at the overhanging ends and at all the midpoints of the spiins are equal. The results of the calculations of the magnetization of the magnet of the l2.5 Rev proton synchrotron are t:ibulated tind grnphed. The schcmatic circuit of the master oscillator r-f control systcm is given The bias program which must be dcveloped and the various contributions which are added together to get it are plotted. Results are given on Evaportion pump speed using nitrogen and air. Pump-down data for air in a 23-ft stanless stcel chamber with an Evaportion pump are tabulated. (For preceding period see ANL-57l3.) (M.H.R.)},
doi = {10.2172/4322620},
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