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Magnets for high energy physics

LEP QUADRUPOLES

LEP Quadrupole Magnets

Geneva (Switzerland), 1988-1993


The MQA quadrupole magnets, completed in 1988, had the purpose to focalise the sub-atomic particle beam revolving under vacuum, inside the beam line laid underground in a 27 km long tunnel forming the accelerator ring of the LEP (Large Electron Positron Collider) Project at CERN in Geneva. For the LEP project, in 1993 n.72 superconducting resonant cavites were produced, equipped with cryogenic components, RF couplers and assembled in 18 cryomodules.



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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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