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Title: The use of magnetic measurements for LHC operation
Authors: Bottura, Luca
Sammut, Nicholas
Keywords: Magnetism
Magnetic declination
Colliders (Nuclear physics)
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: LHC
Citation: Bottura, L., & Sammut, N. J. (2005). The use of magnetic measurements for LHC operation. 2nd LHC Project Workshop: 14th Chamonix Workshop, Geneva. 235-243
Abstract: An effective accelerator control system can function only when the errors are known to the desired accuracy. Direct diagnostics on the beam is the ideal way of measuring the field errors. However, as described in a system solely based on beam feed-back may be too demanding. Hence, to compensate for the magnet field errors obtained from magnet production and installation, the LHC control system requires an accurate forecast of the magnetic field and the multipole field errors in the accelerator. In this paper we describe how to use warm and cold magnetic measurement data to provide this forecast.
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