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  The central field of 2T will be generated by a superconducting solenoid which will leave an inner diameter of 1.9m free for detector placement. Its split coil design permits the allocation of a vertical target feed pipe at about 1/3 of the length of the coil. The whole system, which weighs more than 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning and maintenance. (See also Solenoid.) Forward going particles will experience a field integral of 2Tm generated by a dipole magnet with a total weight of 220t and an aperture of about 1m x 3m, which also will be instrumented. (See also Dipole.) This system will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.

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Appropriate magnetic fields are the prerequisite of any momentum reconstruction and subsequent particle identification for charged particles. The two large spectrometer magnets of PANDA are designed to provide an ideal combination of fields: a solenoidal magnetic field of 2T around the interaction region and a dipole field of up to 1T for particles emitted to forward angles below 5(10)°.
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Appropriate magnetic fields are the prerequisite of any momentum reconstruction and subsequent particle identification for charged particles. The two large spectrometer magnets of PANDA are designed to provide an ideal combination of fields: a solenoidal magnetic field of 2T around the interaction region and a dipole field of up to 1T for particles emitted at forward angles below 5(10)°.
 
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The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.9m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning and maintenance. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
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The central field of 2T will be generated by a superconducting solenoid which will leave an inner diameter of 1.9m free for detector placement. Its split coil design permits the allocation of a vertical target feed pipe at about 1/3 of the length of the coil. The whole system, which weighs more than 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning and maintenance. (See also Solenoid.) Forward going particles will experience a field integral of 2Tm generated by a dipole magnet with a total weight of 220t and an aperture of about 1m x 3m, which also will be instrumented. (See also Dipole.) This system will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
 

Please find the details in our recent Technical Design Report, approved by FAIR Scientific and Technical Issues (STI) working group, May 2009, 119p, arXiv:0907.0169. For updates please also refer to the Wiki pages of the Magnet group.
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Appropriate magnetic fields are the prerequisite of any momentum reconstruction and subsequent particle identification for charged particles. The two large spectrometer magnets of PANDA are designed to provide an ideal combination of fields: a solenoidal magnetic field of 2T around the interaction region and a dipole field of up to 1T for particles emitted to forward angles below 5(10)°.
 

The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.9m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning and maintenance. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
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Appropriate magnetic fields are the prerequisite of any momentum reconstruction and subsequent particle identification for charged particles. The two large spectrometer magnets of PANDA are designed to provide an ideal combination of fields: a solenoidal 2T field around the interaction region and a dipole field of up to 1T for particles emitted to forward angles below 5(10)°.
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The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.9m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning and maintenance. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
 

Please find the details in our recent Technical Design Report, approved by FAIR Scientific and Technical Issues (STI) working group, May 2009, 119p, arXiv:0907.0169. For updates please also refer to the Wiki pages of the Magnet group.
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The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.8m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
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The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.9m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
 

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The two large spectrometer magnets will provide the required fields for momentum reconstruction and act as a frame for most of the PANDA detectors. A superconducting solenoid with a free diameter of 1.8m will provide a field of 2T (see Solenoid). A large-aperture dipole magnet with 2Tm field integral along the particles' trajectories will cover particles emitted below angles of 5 and 10deg, in vertical and horizontal planes, respectively (see Dipole).
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Appropriate magnetic fields are the prerequisite of any momentum reconstruction and subsequent particle identification for charged particles. The two large spectrometer magnets of PANDA are designed to provide an ideal combination of fields: a solenoidal 2T field around the interaction region and a dipole field of up to 1T for particles emitted to forward angles below 5(10)°.

The superconducting solenoid will allocate the target through split coils and exhibit a free inner diameter of 1.8m for detector placement (see Solenoid). The whole system which exceeds 300t will be placed on a movable platform in order be able to retract the system for commissioning. The dipole magnet will weigh 220t and have an aperture of about 1m x 3m which also will be instrumented (see Dipole). It will be complemented by a large array of detectors on another movable platform further downstream.
 

Please find the details in our recent Technical Design Report , approved by FAIR Scientific and Technical Issues (STI) working group, May 2009, 119p, arXiv:0907.0169.
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The two large spectrometer magnets will provide the required fields for momentum reconstruction and act as a frame for most of the PANDA detectors. A superconducting solenoid with a free diameter of 1.8m will provide a field of 2T (see Solenoid). A large-aperture dipole magnet with 2Tm field integral along the particles' trajectories will cover particles emitted below angles of 5 and 10deg, in vertical and horizontal planes, respectively (see Dipole).
 

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  The two large spectrometer magnets provide the required fields for momentum reconstruction and act as a frame for most of the PANDA detectors. A superconducting solenoid with a free diameter of 1.8m provides a field of 2T (see Solenoid). A large-aperture dipole magnet with 2Tm field integral along the particles' trajectories covers particles emitted below angles of 5 and 10deg, in vertical and horizontal planes, respectively (see Dipole).
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Introduction to PANDA Magnets

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PANDA consists of two magnetic spectrometers. The Target Spectrometer is based on a superconducting solenoid, which encloses most detectors and the target. The Forward Spectrometer uses a large-aperture dipole magnet to deflect particles emmitted in angles from 0 to 5(10)deg.
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  The two large spectrometer magnets provide the required fields for momentum reconstruction and act as a frame for most of the PANDA detectors. A superconducting solenoid with a free diameter of 1.8m provides a field of 2T (see Solenoid). A large-aperture dipole magnet with 2Tm field integral along the particles' trajectories covers particles emitted below angles of 5 and 10deg, in vertical and horizontal planes, respectively (see Dipole).
Artistic view of the magnetic fields in PANDA
Artistic view of the magnetic fields in PANDA
 

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