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These documents on DC Current Transformers (subtopic of Instrumentation) are available:

Beams-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
4519-v1 Studies of MI Beam Intensity, Loss and Activation Patterns Bruce C. Brown Beam Instrumentation
DCCTs
ES&H
16 Feb 2017
1256-v1 Talk on DC Current Transformer (DCCT) System Aisha Ibrahim et al. Front-end Systems
Beam Instrumentation
Intensity Measurements
Beam Instrumentation
Front-end Services
Talks
DCCTs
Instrumentation/beam Physics
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Front-end Documentation
16 Feb 2017
1278-v1 TeVatron DCCT Devices and Calibration Change 7/23/2004 Stephen Pordes Intensity Measurements
DCCTs
Instrumentation
16 Feb 2017
1813-v1 A First Look at NuMI Intensity Measuring Device Calibration Daniel D Cherdack Monitoring Instrumentation
DCCTs
16 Feb 2017
604-v2 Increasing the Range of Recycler IBEAM James L. Crisp et al. Beam Instrumentation
22 Aug 2003
899-v2 Operations of the New MI and RR DCCT front-end Tom Meyer Beam Instrumentation
Beam Instrumentation
Acnet
Data Acquisition
03 Mar 2004
3028-v1 Recycler batch length effects on R:BEAM as measured with a Bergoz 'New Parametric Current Transformer' James L. Crisp Intensity Measurements
Beam Instrumentation
DCCTs
11 Feb 2008
1337-v2 notes from Instrumentation/Beam Physics Meetings Nathan Eddy et al. Intensity Measurements
SyncLite (SL)
Tune Measurement
Sampled Bunch Display (SBD)
FBI
DCCTs
Ion Profile Monitor
Instrumentation/beam Physics
Schottky
Dampers
Abort Gap Measurements
Flying Wires
29 Mar 2005
1462-v1 Automated store by store calibration of the SBD and FBI in the Tevatron. Timofei B Bolshakov et al. Sampled Bunch Display (SBD)
FBI
DCCTs
Instrumentation
17 Nov 2004

Number of documents found: 9

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