Developing high-response kicker magnets for advanced applications
Modifying the form of the kicker magnet response is seen as a major breakthrough in the reliable forming of true stepped pulse signal, which can be used to enhance the driving and deflection properties of the magnetic system. The use of non-linear materials overcomes the traditional problem of waveform and saturation clipping to a great extent, making the response of the magnets far more predictable.
Keywords: ACCELERATOR EQUIPMENT; DRIVING AND DEFLECTION PROPERTIES; FUTURE CIRCULAR COLLIDER (FCC); INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR FUTURE ACCELERATORS (ICFA); KICKER MAGNET RESPONSE; MAGNETIC DRIVING AND STEERING SYSTEM; MAGNETIC SYSTEM; NON-LINEAR MATERIALS; PARTICLE ACCELERATORS; SATURATION CLIPPING; TRUE STEPPED PULSE SIGNAL; WAVEFORM
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 December 2018
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