Supercollider 2

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 840 pages
The Second International Industrialization Symposium on the Supercollider, IISSC, was held in Miami Beach Florida on March 14-16, 1990. It was an even bigger and more successful meeting than our ftrst in New Orleans in 1989. There were 691 attendees and 75 exhibitors. The enthusiasm shown by both the speakers and the audience was exhilarating for all attendees. The symposium again brought together the physicists and engineers designing the machine, the industrial organizations supporting the design and construction, the education community, and the governmental groups responsible for the funding and management of the SSC project. We believe it is this unique rnix which makes this particular meeting so valuable. The theme of this symposium was "The SSC-Americas Research Partnership" and the varied presentations throughout the meeting high-lighted that theme. The keynote speakers were: Dr. Roy Schwitters, Director of the SSC Mr. Paul F. Orefftce, Chairman of the Board of Dow Chemical Company Honorable W. Hinson Moore, Deputy Secretary of Energy Mr. Morton Meyerson, Chairman of the Texas National Research Laboratory Commission Honorable Robert A. Roe Congressman from New Jersey and Chairman, House Science and Technology Committee Honorable Tom Bevel, Representative from Alabama, Chairman House Energy and Water Development Appropriation Subcommittee In addition there was a discussion of issues by a panel of four Congressmen: Honorable Jim Chapman, Representative from Texas Honorable Vic Fazio, Representative from California Honorable James A. Hayes, Representative from Louisiana Honorable Carl D.
 

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Contents

Past and Future of the U S Japan Cooperation in High Energy Physics
3
Accelerator Projects in the
9
Studies of Cold Protection Diodes
23
Long Term Tracking
39
Application of the SSCTRK Numerical Simulation Program to the Evaluation of
59
Collider Ring Particle Loss Tracking with SSCTRK
77
Low Energy Booster Resonant Power Supply System
85
The SSC Collider Ring Correction Magnet System
97
A Suggestion for Extension of Magnet Cryogenics into Acquisition and Computation
427
The SSC Superconducting Air Core Toroid Design Development
435
Zeus Magnet Tests
445
Manufacture of 10TTwin Aperture Superconducting Dipole Model
451
SSC Dipole Magnet Measurement and Alignment Using Laser Technology
469
Appendices
470
SSC40mm Short Model Construction Experience
482
Process Control Oriented Quench Analysis of A SSC Magnet
501

Early Instrumentation Projects at the
108
Versatile Computer Program for Solenoid Design and Analysis
129
Trends in Data Acquisition Instrumentation
135
The Magnet Components Database System
145
Computing Requirements for the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory
155
RealTime Data Acquisition and Computation for the SSC Using Optical
163
Scheduling the SSC Construction
176
Super Collider Egress Spacing and Life Safety
185
A Refrigeration Plant Concept for the
199
Transverse Cooling SSC Magnets
209
The Cryogenic System for the SSC Magnet Test Laboratory
218
A Dynamic Model for Helium Core Heat Exchangers
227
Simulation of the SSC Refrigeration System Using the ASPENSP Process Simulator
244
Cad Tools for Detector Design
257
A Projective Geometry Lead Fiber Scintillator Detector
267
Fast Liquid Scintillators Based on Organic DyePolymer Conjugates
286
A Detector for Bottom Physics at the
299
Superconducting Air Core Toroids for Precision Muon Measurements at the
311
R and D Programme In Switzerland for Future Detectors
318
NBTI Superconductors with Artificial Pinning Structures
341
Recent Development of SSC Cable in Furukawa
349
A New Device for Production Measurements of Field Integral and Field Direction
357
An In House Cabling Facility
364
SelfPropelled InTube Shuttle and Control System for Automated Measurements
381
Correction of Magnetization Sextupole in OneMeter Long Dipole Magnets
388
Electrical Insulation Requirements and Test Procedures for SSC Dipole Magnets
397
Multiple Coil Pulsed Magnetic Resonance Method for Measuring
405
Overview of Fermi Natonal Accelerator Lab Control System
416
Bulk Modulus Capacitor Load Cells
519
Radiation Effects on Integrated Circuits Used in High Energy Research
526
The LSU Electron Storage Ring The First CommerciallyBuilt Storage Ring
537
U S Department of Energy
545
Superconducting Cable for HERA
557
Design of Multifilamentary Strand for Superconducting Super Collider Applications
580
Development of NbTi Superconducting Cable for the SSC by Sumitomo Electric Industries
593
Evaluation of SSC Cable Produced for the Model Dipole Program during 1989
610
Current Developments of the CuNbTi Superconducting Cables for
621
Development and Large Scale Production of NbTi and Nb5Sn Conductors
631
Tests of DC CableinConduit Superconductors for Large Detector Magnets
645
RadHard Electronics Development Program for SSC LiquidArgon Calorimeters
671
Performance Measurements of Hybrid Pin Diode Arrays
681
A StrawTube Tracking System for the
693
A Straw Tube Design Suitable for Mass Production
699
Building Blocks of the Universe
708
Educational Opportunities from the
719
An Automated Coil Winding Machine for the SSC Dipole Magnets
724
Experimental Evaluation of Vertically Versus Horizontally Split Yokes
731
Summary of Construction Details and Test Performance of Recent Series
741
Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Superconducting Coils
753
Development of High Manganese NonMagnetic Steel for SSC Dipole
764
Industrial Participation in Tristan Project at KEK Japan
781
Technology Transfer Past Present and Future
794
Attendees
805
Author Index
821
Index
825
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