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Magnets for high energy physics

ATLAS

ATLAS barrel toroid coils

Geneva (Switzerland), 2006


The ATLAS Barrel Toroid is part of one of the large detectors of LHC and consists in 8 coils, each made of two flat superconducting Double Pancakes in a racetrack configuration, assembled radially and symmetrically around the beam axis, for an energy storage of 1080 MJ. It is the largest magnet ever built (25 m long), consisting of 8+8 flat double pancakes, in a racetrack configuration, assembled radially and symmetrically around the beam axis, on an inner radius of about 5 meters. The ATLAS detector magnet was commissioned in 2006.



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HL-LHC

HiLumi LHC

Geneva (Switzerland), ongoing


LHC DIPOLES

LHC dipoles

Geneva (Switzerland), 2007


CMS

CMS solenoid

Geneva (Switzerland), 2005


LEP BARS

LEP Dipole Bars

Geneva (Switzerland), 1988

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