Download PDF by Vernon L. Newhouse: Applied Superconductivity. Volume II

By Vernon L. Newhouse

ISBN-10: 012517702X

ISBN-13: 9780125177023

Utilized Superconductivity, quantity II, is a part of a two-volume sequence on utilized superconductivity. the 1st quantity handled digital purposes and radiation detection, and includes a bankruptcy on liquid helium refrigeration. the current quantity discusses magnets, electromechanical purposes, accelerators, and microwave and rf units.
The publication opens with a bankruptcy on high-field superconducting magnets, protecting purposes and magnet layout. next chapters speak about superconductive equipment reminiscent of superconductive bearings and vehicles; rf superconducting units; and destiny customers in utilized superconductivity.
Each bankruptcy within the volumes might be learn independently, and so much imagine little or no or no heritage within the physics of superconductivity. the themes taken care of don't require using complex quantum mechanics; therefore the books might be obtainable to scholars or study employees in any department of engineering or physics. they're meant to serve either as a resource of reference fabric to current innovations and as a advisor to destiny examine.

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8533 0. 7937 0. 7482 0. 6835 0. 6598 0. 0819 0. 8592 0. 5910 1. 7033 ,) (sin(4n - 2 ) ö k -sin(4n - 2 ) a k _ ! (r,6) {sin(4n-2)ak - s i n ^ n ^ ) « ^ } 0) with ai replaced by b8. Thus, = C a #(r/6 8 ,0) (67) where CB is a constant determined solely by the boundary condition given by Eq. (66). It is clear, therefore, that any harmonic present in H(bjr1 0) will appear in Ha(r, 0), indicating the importance of eliminating harmonics for r > &i as well as r < a,\. General expressions for the total magnetic fields for r < α,ι and r > bi are, for r < ah # T ( r , 0) = H(r/a1} 0) + CaH(r/bB, 0) (68) and, for bi < r < 6S, HT(r, 0) = Hih/r, 0) + C 8 #(r/Ò 8 , 0) (69) 6.

FIG. 23. The geometry-dependent factor eQ(ci, bi/bB) which gives the energy of a constant-winding-thickness quadrupole of the type shown in Fig. 21 and as in Eq. (81). The factor eQ(ci, bi/bB) is given for lines of constant bi/bB plotted versus d. ii. QUADRUPOLES. 2(ci «Q(CI, bi/bs) is plotted in Fig. 23. l)j\QiJ J/m (82) 428 B. Y. IWASA AND D. B. MONTGOMERY MATERIALS, CONDUCTOR CONFIGURATIONS, AND STABILITY 1. High-field, high-current superconductors The properties a material should have to be practical for the construction of superconducting magnets are (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) high upper critical field, Hc2; high critical current density, Je; high critical temperature, Tc; good strength and ductility; high stability; availability in quantity.

QUADRUPOLES. field is, for r < αί} Similarly for the quadrupoles, the total magnetic fcos 20] sin 20 4n-3 [cos(4n — 2)0 lsin(4n — 2)0 (73) and, for bi < r < ba, ©„-■*[©■*$©] cos 20 sin 20 cos(4n — 2)0 sin(4n — 2)0 (74) 426 Y. IWASA AND D. B. MONTGOMERY iii. THICKNESS OF THE IRON SHIELD. The magnetic induction within an iron shield should not exceed 16,000 G or so. )] r dß (76) for the dipole and -T/4 16,000 > bJW I "0 for the quadrupole. Combining Eqs. (72) and (75) for the dipole, (W\ 2HQD1 /6iV (77) y>8 / - ιβ,οοο W and Eqs.

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