6 August 2001 Displacement measurements in the cryogenically cooled dipoles of the new CERN-LHC particle accelerator
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All evidence indicates that new physics, and answers to some of the most profound scientific questions of our time, lie at energies around 1 TeV. To look for this new physics, the next research instrument in Europe's particle physics armory is the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This challenging machine will use the most advanced superconducting magnet and accelerator technologies ever employed. LHC experiments are being designed to look for theoretically predicted phenomena.
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Daniele Inaudi, Daniele Inaudi, Branko Glisic, Branko Glisic, Walter Scandale, Walter Scandale, Juan Garcia Perez, Juan Garcia Perez, Jaques Billan, Jaques Billan, Stefano Radaelli, Stefano Radaelli, } "Displacement measurements in the cryogenically cooled dipoles of the new CERN-LHC particle accelerator", Proc. SPIE 4328, Smart Structures and Materials 2001: Sensory Phenomena and Measurement Instrumentation for Smart Structures and Materials, (6 August 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.435551; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.435551
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