Status-Report on the 12-Split Coil Test Facility Sultan

The third phase of upgrading of the superconductor test facility SULTAN into a split coil system (SULTAN III) is in progress. SULTAN III - a joint project of ENEA (Italy) and PSI (Switzerland) - consists of two coil packages, each containing three concentrically mounted superconducting solenoids. Together they will produce a field of nearly 12T between the two coil packages, inside a solenoid bore of 58 cm. The outermost 6T coils have NbTi conductors, whereas the inner 9T and 12T coils are made of A-15 cables. All Nb3Sn coils are manufactured by the react-and-wind technique. The split coil arrangement, in connection with a sophisticated sample insert containing a 50 kA superconducting transformer, will allow testing of short samples of high current carrying superconductors, e.g. for fusion applications. The sample insert was designed to allow changing the samples within a few hours without warming up the whole magnet system. This paper will deal with the present status and potential of the Split Coil Test Facility SULTAN III.


Published in:
Ieee Transactions on Magnetics, 28, 1, 202-205
Year:
1992
ISSN:
0018-9464
Laboratories:
SPC
CRPP




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