Magnets for high energy physics
MU2E TS MAGNET
Transport Solenoid Magnet for Mu2e Project
Batavia (U.S.A.), ongoing
The Fermilab Mu2e experiment seeks to measure the rare process of direct muon to electron conversion in the field of a nucleus. The core of the experiment consists of three superconducting solenoid magnets: the Production Solenoid (PS), the “S shaped” Transport Solenoid (TS) and the Detector Solenoid. ASG has been awarded of a contract for the manufacturing of Transport Solenoid Magnets. The TS consists of 52 (fifty-two) superconducting solenoid COILS. These coils are integrated into 27 (twenty-seven) MODULES. The coil modules, as manufactured, will consist of housing shells, cooling square pipes and elbows, splice boxes, wedges, spacers, flanges and epoxy impregnated s.c. solenoids coils. The modules with the integrated coils are assembled into 14 (fourteen) deliverable UNITS.