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0 Central detector 1 Meters Beam collision point 2 Line of symmetry HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS PARTICLE DETECTOR MAGNETS The physical thickness of the superconducting coil is determined by the thickness of stabilizing matrix material in the conductor. The average conductor current density Jm is determined by the safe quench condition for the coil. For safe magnet quenching through a dump resistor, the magnet E0Jm2 limit can be estimated using the following expression (53,54): 2 E0 Jm = V I0 F ∗ (Tm ) r r+1 (4) where E0 is the magnet stored energy when it is operated at its design current I0, V is the discharge voltage for the magnet during the quench (for large magnets V is limited to about 500 V), I0 is the magnet design current (I0 is typically greater than 3000 A), r is the matrix to superconductor ratio, and F*(Tm) is the integral of Jm2 dt needed to raise the stabilizer adiabatic hot spot temperature from 4 K to a maximum hot spot temperature Tm.
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