03.Applied Superconductivity by John G. Webster (Editor)

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This can be overcome by installing an automatic shut-off valve, which is triggered by the quench detector, in the pipe between the storage tank and the liquid helium manifold on the bottom of the magnet. (3) The thin section of the solenoid has a larger radiation thickness top and bottom in the regions where the liquid helium and two-phase helium manifolds are located. (4) The helium storage tank for natural convection cooling must be located directly above the magnet coil, and the transfer lines between the storage tank and the coil should be as short as possible.

Stable equilibrium indicates that the magnetic forces will act in a direction that reduces a placement error; unstable equilibrium indicates that the magnetic forces will act in a direction HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS PARTICLE DETECTOR MAGNETS that increases the placement error. In the direction of stable equilibrium, the spring constant of the support system is not a critical issue except when determining how the magnet responds to vibration. In the direction of unstable equilibrium (usually the axial direction) the spring constant of the support system must be larger than the force constant for the magnet at its maximum design field.

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