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Supercollider 3 - third annual international industrial symposium on the super collider held in atlanta georgia march 3-5 1991, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Nonte J.

Couverture de l’ouvrage Supercollider 3 - third annual international industrial symposium on the super collider held in atlanta georgia march 3-5 1991
The third annual International Industrialization Symposium on the SuperCollider, IISSC-held March 13-15, 1991, in Atlanta, Ga.-was an enormous success. The number of attendees, exhibitors, and representatives from foreign countries surpassed the totals of previous years. There were 740 attendees, representing more than 2 dozen universities and colleges, 32 states, 9 national labs, 6 research centers, several government entities at the local, state, and federal level, 182 businesses & industry and 14 countries. More than 100 exhibits, sponsored by 85 organizations, added to the excitement. "Getting Down to Business" was the theme of this year's Symposium. The fact that the Superconducting SuperCollider (SSC) is indeed underway was the message delivered by the Symposium's keynote speaker, Dr. Roy Schwitters, and expanded upon by the opening plenary speakers. The project is moving from the planning stage to actual construction, to development and procurement of equipment, and to resolution of the technical issues involved in advancing the state-of-the-art in areas such as theory, controls, systems, metallurgy, quality control, management, cryogenics, power systems, detectors, interagency cooperation and funding. Plenary speakers included: Paul Gilbert, Chairman of Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas, Inc.
1. Computation and Data Bases.- The Magnet Database System.- Two Dimensional Magnetic Field Calculations for the SSC Dipole Magnets.- Magnetic Field Calculations in the End Sections of SSC Dipoles Magnets.- 2. Magnets I.- Collider Dipole Magnet Producibility.- Effect of Manufacturing Tolerances on the Multipoles of the SSC Dipole Magnet.- Tooling and Process Parameter Improvements Leading to Improved Dimensional Control of the Cured SSC Dipole Coils.- Cryogenic Toughness and Welding of High Manganese Non-Magnetic Steel: Application to the SSC Dipole Magnet.- 3. Materials.- Recent Advances in the Development of Cryogenic Steels.- Superconducting Magnet Insulators: Radiation-Induced Damage and Effects.- Development of High-Strength Nonmagnetic Stainless Steel for the SSC.- Manufacturing High-Grade Electrical Steel Plate and Investigation Results on Homogeneity of Magnetic Properties of the Materials.- Mechanical Properties and Warm Prestress of Ultra-Low Carbon Steel at 4 K.- Brittle Behavior of SSC Yokes.- Stress Relaxation in SSC Collared Coils and Their Component Materials.- Investigation of the Elastic Modulus of SSC Coils.- Alternative Concepts for Structurally Supporting the Cold Mass of a Superconducting Accelerator Magnet.- 4. Poster Session.- The SSC Field Bus: A High-Performance Control System Front End Concentrator for “Slow” Accelerator Controls.- SSC Spool Piece Design.- Conceptual Design for the Thermal Shield Bridges and Multilayer Insulation in the Interconnect Region for the SSC.- Feasibility of Large Superconducting Toroids.- Conceptual Design of Signal Cable Feedthrus for an SSC Proposed Liquid Argon Calorimeter.- A Warm Liquid Forward Calorimeter for the SSC — A New Technology with New Challenges.- SSC Dipole Magnet Statistical Process Control and Automated Data Collection During Production.- Proposal for a Cryogenic Magnetic Field Measurement System for SSC Dipole Magnets.- Design and Analysis of the 50 mm Collider Dipole Vacuum Vessel.- Proposal for an Approach to Achieve CDM Reliability.- An Engineering Design Study of the Dipole Magnet Cold Mass End Shell for the Superconducting Super Collider.- A Frequency Response Study of Dipole Magnet Cold Mass for the Superconducting Super Collider.- Alternate Design Concept for the SSC Dipole Magnet Cryogenic Support Post.- Measurement Data Taken During the Industrial Fabrication of the HERA Superconducting Quadrupoles.- Effect of Prestress on Performance of a 1.8 m SSC R&D Dipole.- Improved Method of SSC Strain Gauge Calibration at Cryogenic Temperatures.- Criteria for the Prevention of Filament and Wire Breaking During the Fabrication of Multifilamentary Composite Superconducting Wire.- Some Designs of Nb3Sn Conductors for Special Accelerator Magnets.- Ferromagnetic Material in the Superconductor and Its Effect on the Magnetization Sextupole and Decapole in the SSC Dipoles at Injection.- Electroplated Superconducting Wire.- Production Experience in Manufacturing Superconductor for the SSC.- The Effect of Particulate Debris on the Insulation Integrity of SSC Coils During Molding and Collaring.- Carbon Fiber Structure for B.G.O. Crystals of an Electromagnetic Calorimeter for Energies Around and Above 2 GeV.- Magnetization Decay Properties in NbTi Multifilamentary Superconducting Wires.- Shell Hoop Prestress Generated by Welding.- 5. Conventional Construction Program.- A-E/CM Role and Responsibilities.- Opportunities for Innovation.- 6. Detectors I.- A Barium Fluoride Crystal Calorimeter for the SSC.- Warm Liquid Calorimeter Design Derived from Engineering Baseline Concepts.- Liquid Argon Calorimetry.- Liquid Xenon Detector Engineering.- Engineering Issues of SPACAL Calorimetry for the Superconducting Super Collider.- 7. Education.- Education Programs at the DOE National Laboratories: Benefits to Teachers and Students.- National Laboratories and Industry Partnerships: Statewide Models.- Qualification of Technical Personnel for Employment during Construction and Operation of the SSC.- The Fundamental Particles and Interactions Wall Chart, The Teaching of Contemporary Physics, and the Future of the SSC.- 8. Magnets II.- The Collider Dipole Magnet Program.- Status of 4-cm-Aperture, 17-m-Long SSC Dipole Magnet R&D Program at BNL Part I: Magnet Assembly.- Initial Results from 50 mm Short SSC Dipoles at Fermilab.- SSC 50 mm Dipole Cross Section.- A Design Approach to Achieving the Field Uniformity Requirements for the SSC Dipole Magnets.- Fabrication and Test of a 5-cm Aperture, 1-m Long SSC Collider Dipole Magnet.- Design and A.C. Loss Considerations for the 60 mm Dipole Magnet in the High Energy Booster.- 9. Markets for SSC Technology.- Medical Applications of Accelerators.- SMES—A Powerful Approach to Energy Conservation.- 10. Superconductors.- Summary of the Performance of Strand Produced for the 1990 SSC Dipole Program.- Filament and Critical Current Degradations in Extracted Strands of SSC Cable.- Development of Superconducting Wire and Cable for the SSC Project in Sumitomo Electric Industries.- Superconductors with 2.5 Micron NbTi Filaments.- Issues and Results in the Development of 2.5 Micron Filament Strand for the HEB.- The Quality Assurance of Superconducting Wire and Cable for SSC Magnets.- Quantification of Systematic Error in Ic Testing.- 11. Using the SSC.- How Detector Collaborations Evolved: A Personal Recollection.- Status with Development and Production of Equipment for the UNK (The Role of Industry).- 12. Accelerator Systems and Controls.- An Overview of the SSC Synchrotron RF Systems.- Linac RF Systems for the SSC.- Early Stages in the Development of the Global RF Feedback for the SSC Low Energy Booster.- Kicker Magnet Systems for the Injector Synchrotrons.- A High Performance Architecture for Accelerator Controls.- 13. Cryogenics.- Refrigeration Plants for the SSCL.- Design of a Large 2.0 K Refrigerator for CEBAF.- A Helium Venting Model for a SSC Half Cell.- Design of the Multilayer Insulation System for the Superconducting Super Collider 50 mm Dipole Cryostat.- Integrated Cryogenic Sensors.- Process Design Features of the SSC MTL Cryogenic System.- Control System Design Considerations for the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory Cryogenic System.- Transient Shielded Cryogenic Containers.- 14. Detectors II.- Charge Correlation Measurements of Double-Sided Direct-Coupled Silicon Microstripe Detectors.- Applications for a New Time Digitizer in SSC Experiments.- Rad-Hard Electronics Study for SSC Detectors.- Development of a Custom Monolithic Device for Data Acquisition from a Scintillating Calorimeter at the Superconducting Super Collider.- Development of Pixel Detectors for SSC Vertex Tracking.- A Superconducting Air Core Toroid Muon Spectrometer for the Empact/Texas Detector.- 15. Environment, Safety and Health.- Environmental Impacts of the Super Collider.- Safety in Handling Helium and Nitrogen.- Application of System Safety Engineering Techniques for Hazard Prevention at the Superconducting Super Collider.- Shielding Calculations for SSC.- 16. Magnets III.- Design Development for the 50 mm Superconducting Super Collider Dipole Cryostat.- The Mechanical Response of the SSC Dipole Magnet to Ground Motion.- Design of a Thermal Expansion Joint for the SSC Magnet Leads.- SSC Dipole Magnet Accelerated Life Test Program.- Stability of Bellows Used as Expansion Joints Between Superconducting Magnets in Accelerators.- Investigation of Factors Affecting the Calibration of Strain Gage Based Transducers (‘Goodzeit Gages’) for SSC Magnets.- 17. Project Management and Systems Engineering.- Systems Engineering at the Superconducting Super Collider (One Year Later).- A Practical Systems Engineering Process for Integrating SSC Collider Ring Components.- SSC Accelerator Availability Allocation.- Technology Transfer Considerations for the Collider Dipole Magnet.- A Systems Approach to the Design of Superconducting Magnets.- Team-Based Organization for Collider Dipole Magnet (CDM) Development and Production.- Designing Superconducting Magnets for Reliability and Availability.- Collider Dipole Magnet Test Program From Development Through Production.- Document Format Considerations for a Document Tracking and Storage System.- Attendees.- Exhibitors.- Author Index.

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