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Supercollider vol 4, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1992

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Supercollider vol 4
The fourth annual International Industrial Symposium on the Super Collider, rrssc held March 4-6, 1992, in New Orleans was a great success. Present at this year's conference were 839 attendees representing 24 universities and colleges, 34 states, 13 countries, 17 national laboratories, 11 research centers, many government entities at the local, state and federal levels, and 235 businesses and companies. This year's symposium also included 101 exhibits by 78 organizations. In all categories, this year's participation exceeded the totals of previous years and is an example of the growing support for the Superconducting Super Collider Program. This year's program had many highlights. One of the best was a message from President George Bush, read by Linda Stuntz, Acting Deputy Secretary, Department of Energy. President Bush said that each of us "can be proud of the role that you are playing in building the Collider and in setting the stage for a new era of research and discovery in high energy physics. " The 1992 IISSC's theme was "SSC-Discovering the Future. " This theme was chosen in commemoration of the SOOth anniversary of Columbus's voyage of discovery and the relationship of the SSC with discovery. This theme was articulated by all the speakers in the opening plenary session. Progress on the program was also very evident at this year's symposium. In the pictorial session, 66 photographs from all over the world were displayed to highlight progress in making the SSC a reality.
A Partnership (Program Status).- Opening Remarks, International Industrial Symposium on the Superconducting Super Collider.- SSC Education Initiatives.- An Assessment of the SSC Impact on the Training and Employment Needs of North Central Texas.- Building Blocks of the Universe.- SSC Education: Science to Capture the Imagination.- Superconductors I.- Summary of the Performance of Superconducting Cable Produced for the Accelerator System String Test Program.- Development of NbTi Superconductor for the SSC by Sumitomo Electric Industries.- A Novel Approach to Make Fine Filament Superconductors.- Recent Results in Developing NbTi Fine Filament Superconductors.- Recent Results in Manufacturing Niobium Titanium Superconductor for the SSC Project.- Environment, Safety, and Health.- GIS/FIS Development for the SSC.- Successful NEPA Compliance at the Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory: A Case Study.- Archaeology of the Superconducting Super Collider.- Protection of Prehistoric and Historic Properties at the Superconducting Super Collider.- Use of Pesticides at the SSC: Approval, Reporting, and Monitoring Requirements.- Medical Surveillance of Employee Health at the Superconducting Super Collider Laboratory.- Magnets I.- Review of SSC Dipole Magnet Mechanics and Quench Performance.- A Summary of SSC Dipole Magnet Field Quality Measurements.- Detectors I.- The Engineering Development of an Actively Controlled Precise Muon Chamber for the SDC Detector.- Mechanical Considerations for a SDC Central Straw Tracker for the SSCL.- An Engineering Design Study of Detector Deformation Limits in the SSC SDC-Detector.- The Prototyping and Evaluation of Remote Alignment Monitoring Schemes for SDC Muon System Supermodules.- Mechanical Design and Finite Element Analysis of the SDC Central Calorimeter.- Cryogenics I.- Design and Construction of the SSCL Magnet Test Laboratory Cryogenic Systems.- Commissioning and Acceptance Tests of the High Efficient 6 kW Helium Refrigerator for the LEP 200 Project at CERN.- 84K Nitrogen System for the SSC.- Technical Poster Session I.- Materials and Processes Selection for SSC Collider Dipole Magnets.- Utilization of Gamma Ray Inspection System for Tomographic Imaging and Dimensional Analysis of Complete Model Magnet Cold Masses and Collared Coil Sections.- Thermal Performance of Various Multilayer Insulation Systems Below 80K.- A Proposed IR Quad for the SSC.- Magnetic Field Measurements of Fermilab/General Dynamics Built Full Scale SSC Collider Dipole Magnets.- SSC Collider Quadrupole Cold Mass Design and Development.- The Effect of Vacuum Gas Pressures and Species on Internal Heat Leak in the SSCL Magnet Design.- Sextupole Corrector Coil Manufacture Using the Direct Wire Fabrication Process.- Support System Design Options for Accommodating CQM Cold Mass Thermal Contraction.- Design and Construction Experience with Collet End Clamps for 50 mm Aperture SSC Collider Dipoles.- A Cryogenic Support Post for SSC Quadrupole Magnets.- Transient Thermal and Stress Analysis of a CQM Cold Mass.- Structural Dynamic Analysis of the SSC 40 mm Collider Dipole Magnet Under Transportation Loads.- Analytical Study of the Thermal Insulation System in the Interconnect Region of the SSC Collider Magnets.- High-Accuracy, Two-Dimensional Magnetic Field Multipole Calculations for Accelerator Magnets.- Magnetic Optimization of the HEB Dipole Magnet End Section.- Transient Cooldown Stresses in Superconducting Collider Dipole Magnet.- Stress Relaxation in SSC 50mm Dipole Coils.- Theoretical Methods for Creep and Stress Relaxation Studies of SSC Coil.- Quench Performance of Fermilab/General Dynamics Built Full Length SSC Collider Dipole Magnets.- SSC Dipole Magnet Manufacturing Facility Implementation.- Electrodeposition of Copper on the Internal Walls of Colliders in Beam Tubes.- Pressure Relief Radial Passages for SSC.- Overview of a Robotic System for Azimuthal Dimensions of SSC Dipole Coils.- Overview and Statistical Failure Analyses of the Electrical Insulation System for the SSC Long Dipole Magnets From an Industrialization Point of View.- A Precise Technique for Manufacturing Correction Coil.- A Design for a High Voltage Magnet Coil Ringer Test Set.- Evolution of the CDM Design.- Mechanical Behavior of Fermilab/General Dynamics Built 15 m SSC Collider Dipoles.- Quench Performance of Six Similar 17 m-Long, 40 mm-Aperture SSC Model Dipoles.- Quench Plateau, Coil Cure Temperature, and Copper-to-Superconductor Ratio in Recent 1.8 m SSC Model Dipoles.- Conceptual Design of the SSC Cryogenic Transfer Lines.- Automating the Strain Gauge Data Acquisition of Dipole Magnets During Keying and Skinning.- Magnetic Measurement Instrumentation Developments at the SSC.- Design and Use of a Mechanical Gage for Measuring Alignment of Critical Features of String Test Magnets.- Performance of the Magcool-Subcooler Cryogenic System After 50 mm SSC Dipole Quenches.- Quality Assurance I.- A Statistical Rationale for Establishing Process Quality Control Limits Using Fixed Sample Size, for Critical Current Verification of SSC Superconducting Wire.- Quality System Design and Development for SSC Superconductor Cable.- Alternative Alignment Applications for the Collider Dipole Magnet: Capability Indices.- Application of a B&W Developed Computer Aided Pictorial Process Planning System to CQMS for Manufacturing Process Control.- Magnets II SSC Dipoles.- Construction Experience with Fermilab-Built Full-Length 50 mm SSC Dipoles.- Results From the Fermilab 1.5 m Model Magnet Program.- Construction and Test Results From 15 m-Long, 50 mm Aperture SSC Collider Dipole Models.- Results From Partial Lifetime Test of a 40 mm-Aperture, 17 m-Long SSC Model Collider Dipole.- Construction and Test Results From 1.8 m-long, 50 mm Aperture SSC Model Collider Dipoles.- Detectors II.- Two-Dimensional Magnetic Analysis of the SDC Muon Toroid.- A New Concept of Multiplexed Optical Transmission Readout Scheme for a Silicon Strip Detector.- The Design of the ?erenkov Counter for the SDC Detector.- Silicon-Based Tracking System: Mechanical Engineering and Design.- The Solenoidal Detector Collaboration Silicon Detector System.- Cryogenics II.- Effects of Mounting Methods on Temperature Sensor Accuracy Below 10K.- High Efficiency, High Reliability, Improved Oil Injected Helium Screw Compressor.- Thermal Optimization of the Helium-Cooled Power Leads for the SSC.- Development of an Ultra Low Heat Leak Cryogenic Valve for the SSC Tunnel Spool Pieces.- Technology Transfer.- Conceptual Design of a Superconducting MHD Propulsion System.- Superconductors II.- Raw Materials and Early Monofilament Analysis from the Vendor Qualification Program.- Cable Keystone Angle Optimization for 40-mm SSC Quadrupole Magnet Development.- Eddy Current Inspection of Superconducting Cable During Manufacturing.- Cold Weld Analysis in SSC Strand and Cable.- Results of AC Loss Measurements on SSC Conductors.- Temperature Dependence of the Critical Current Density in SSC-Type Superconducting Wires.- Quality Assurance II.- SSC Quality Program Overview.- SSCL Magnet Systems Quality Program Implementation for Laboratory and Industry.- Total Quality—A Proven Approach for Magnet Manufacture.- Magnets III Superconducting Magnet Technology.- DC Dielectric Breakdown Tests of Liquid Helium at Temperatures 1.8 to 4.2K.- Testing and Performance of High Temperature Superconducting Current Leads.- SSC 50mm Collider Dipole Cryostat Single Tube Support Post Conceptual Design and Analysis.- Welding Vision System for SSC 50mm Yoke-Skinning Production.- Axial Variations in the Magnetic Field of Superconducting Dipoles.- Correcting Field Harmonics After Design in Superconducting Magnets.- Detectors III.- Barium Fluoride Crystal Calorimeter for GEM.- Radiation Damage in Large Barium Fluoride Crystals.- Radiation Damage of Rare Earth Ions Doped Barium Fluoride Crystals.- Improved Process for Manufacture of Radiation Hard N-Channel JFETs for Detector Electronics.- Accelerators.- Overview of SSC Accelerator Requirements.- The SSC Linac: Status of Design and Procurement Activities.- An Updated Overview of the LEB RF System.- Engineering Design Considerations for the Energy Storage Inductors Used in the LEB Power Supply.- Measured Control Characteristics of the Half-Cell 40 mm Aperture Magnet String.- Technical Poster Session II.- The Protection System for the Superconducting Electromagnet Ring of the UNK.- The Magnet Database System.- The Quench Detector on Magnetic Modulator for the UNK Quench Protection System.- Requirements Control System Applied to Collider Dipole Magnet Development.- A Dynamic Model for Beam Tube Vacuum Effects on the SSC Cryogenic System.- A Facility Description of the SSCL Magnet Test Laboratory.- Transportation Studies: 40 mm Collider Dipole Magnets.- Experiments to Improve Materials for SSC Magnets.- Subsidence of the Pit Slab at SLC Experimental Hall.- Development of Fine Filament Superconducting Wires and Cables for Accelerators.- Development of High Strength Aluminum-Stabilized Superconductor for the SDC Detector.- Connectivity Among Computer-Aided Engineering Methods, Procedures, and Tools Used in Developing the SSC Collider Magnets.- Control and Data Acquisition System for the B&W Vertical Dewar Facility.- Current Oscillations in Superconducting Windings.- Evaluation of Technology Transfer on Collider Quadrupole Manufacture at LBL.- Interim Report on Technology Transfer on Collider Quadrupole Manufacture at LBL and SSCL.- A Circuit Theory Approach to Quantifying Thermal Performance of Cryostat Designs for SSC Dipole Magnets.- A Method of Predicting the Reliability of CDM Coil Insulation.- Software Design Philosophy for the SSCL Magnet Test Laboratory.- System Design Overview for the Magnet Test Database System.- Investigation of Azimuthal Stresses Due to Welding and Cooldown.- Design of a Sensitive Calorimeter for Use in AC Loss Measurements.- Temperature Dependence of the Viscoelastic Properties of SSC Coil Insulation (Kapton).- Measurement of the Elastic Modulus of Kapton Perpendicular to the Plane of the Film at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures.- An Overview of Recent Progress Using Low-Cost and Cost-Effective Composite Materials and Processes to Produce SSC Magnet Coils and Associated Non-Metallic Parts.- Production, Metallurgy and Utilization of High Manganese Nonmagnetic Steel—Its Development for the SSC Magnet.- Manufacturing and Magnetic Characteristics of High Purity Ultra Low Carbon Magnet Steel for the SSC.- Dipole Magnet Shuttle System.- Current Development of the Superconducting Wires and Cables for SSC in Hitachi Cable, Ltd,.- The Cryogenic System for the MTL Magnet Test Stands.- A Version of the Radiation-Resistant Fast Calorimeter.- High Resolution Method of the Magnetic Axis Localization for Multipole Magnets on the Base of the Garnet Films Technology.- Parallel Technical Sessions IV.- Concept Design of the High-Voltage Transmission System for the Collider Tunnel.- SDC Detector Foundation Requirements.- Engineering the SSC Underground.- Systems Engineering.- Systems Engineering at the Superconducting Super Collider.- Implementing Corrective Actions From the Failure Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action System (FRACAS) to Achieve Magnet Reliability and Availability Goals.- Risk Management as Applied to Collider Dipole Magnet Development.- Magnets IV Magnet Fabrication and R&D Facilities, Tooling, and Component Analysis.- Summary of Production Development, Details, and Results for Model Dipoles at SSCL.- Status of the Magnetic Design of the SSC Dipole Magnets.- Alternate Manufacturing Processes and Materials for the SSC Dipole Magnet Coil End Parts.- Manufacturing Concepts for the Collider Quadrupole Collared Coils.- Detectors IV.- Neural Networks as First Level Triggers in Scintillating Fiber Detectors.- Performance of a Prototype High Pressure Gas Sampling Calorimeter.- Simulated Performance of a Hybrid Tracking System for the SDC Detector at the SSC.- A Novel Photomultiplier Tube for Calorimetry at the SSC.- Attendees.- Author Index.

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