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2019-09-18
06:48
Betatron radiation and emittance growth in plasma wakefield accelerators / San Miguel Claveria, P (Palaiseau, Lab. Opt. Appl.) ; Adli, E (Oslo U.) ; Amorim, L D (Stony Brook U.) ; An, W (UCLA) ; Clayton, C E (UCLA) ; Corde, S (Palaiseau, Lab. Opt. Appl.) ; Gessner, S (CERN) ; Hogan, M J (SLAC) ; Joshi, C (UCLA) ; Kononenko, O (Palaiseau, Lab. Opt. Appl.) et al.
Beam-driven plasma wakefield acceleration (PWFA) has demonstrated significant progress during the past two decades of research. The new Facility for Advanced Accelerator Experimental Tests (FACET) II, currently under construction, will provide 10 GeV electron beams with unprecedented parameters for the next generation of PWFA experiments. [...]
2019 - 9 p. - Published in : Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A 377 (2019) 20180173 Fulltext from publisher: PDF;
In : Directions in particle beam-driven plasma wakefield acceleration : Theo Murphy meeting, Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, UK, 4 - 5 Jun 2019, pp.20180173

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2019-09-17
07:00
Suppression of amplitude dependent closest tune approach and its behavior under forced oscillations / Persson, T (CERN) ; Tomás, R (CERN) ; Maclean, E H (CERN)
An amplitude dependent closest tune approach (ADeCTA) was first observed in the LHC in 2012. This potentially harmful effect can be generated by linear coupling in conjunction with octupoles. [...]
2019 - 6 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 22 (2019) 051001 Fulltext from Publisher: PDF;

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2019-09-06
19:21
LHC TI2/TI8 TL Stability Check RUN II / Barbera Ramos, Moises
This document presents a study of the stability of transfer lines (TL) TI2 and TI8 from the SPS to the LHC during RUN II. [...]
CERN-STUDENTS-Note-2019-186.
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2019-09-03
06:07
New approach to LHC optics commissioning for the nonlinear era / Maclean, E H (CERN ; Malta U.) ; Tomás, R (CERN) ; Carlier, F S (CERN) ; Camillocci, M S (CERN) ; Dilly, J W (CERN) ; Coello de Portugal, J (CERN) ; Fol, E (CERN) ; Fuchsberger, K (CERN) ; Garcia-Tabares Valdivieso, A (CERN) ; Giovannozzi, M (CERN) et al.
In 2017, optics commissioning strategy for low-β* operation of the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) underwent a major revision. This was prompted by a need to extend the scope of beam-based commissioning at high energy, beyond the exclusively linear realm considered previously, and into the nonlinear regime. [...]
2019 - 21 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 22 (2019) 061004 External link: Fulltext

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2019-08-23
17:28
Non-white transverse noise in COMBIp / Pereira Cubillo, Juan Sebastián (CERN) ; Furuseth, Sondre (EPFL - Ecole Polytechnique Federale Lausanne (CH))
A non-white transverse noise generator module has been implemented in COMBIp [...]
CERN-STUDENTS-Note-2019-116.
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2019-08-23
16:31
Faulty Connections in the Beam Position Monitors and their effect on the Beam / Ellonen, Otto Henrik
In the BE-Newsletter issue 24 in December 2018 it was introduced that the instabilities regarding the PSB extraction kicker were produced by unmatched termination of cables [...]
CERN-STUDENTS-Note-2019-111.
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2019-08-23
11:46
First High-Intensity Beam Tests with Telescopic Flat Optics at the LHC / Fartoukh, Stephane (CERN) ; Azzopardi, Gabriella (University of Malta (MT)) ; Bruce, Roderik (CERN) ; Buffat, Xavier (CERN) ; Coello De Portugal - Martinez Vazquez, Jaime Maria ; Dilly, Joschua Werner (Ministere des affaires etrangeres et europeennes (FR)) ; Fol, Elena (Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe Univ. (DE)) ; Fuster Martinez, Nuria (CERN) ; Garcia-Tabares Valdivieso, Ana (Universidad Complutense (ES)) ; Hofer, Michael (Vienna University of Technology (AT)) et al.
The paper reports on the first high-intensity beam tests obtained with flat optics in 2018 (MD2148). [...]
CERN-ACC-2019-0052.
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2019-08-20
06:49
Focusing of 180 GeV/c pions from a point-like source into a parallel beam by a bent silicon crystal / Scandale, W (CERN) ; Arduini, G (CERN) ; Cerutti, F (CERN) ; Garattini, M (CERN ; Imperial Coll., London) ; Gilardoni, S (CERN) ; Lechner, A (CERN) ; Losito, R (CERN) ; Masi, A (CERN) ; Mirarchi, D (CERN) ; Montesano, S (CERN) et al.
At large accelerators, bent crystals are employed to deflect weakly divergent proton beams at the stages of extraction and collimation. We demonstrate that a divergent particle beam may be efficiently deflected using a crystal with a focusing entry face. [...]
2019 - 4 p. - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., B 446 (2019) 15-18

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2019-08-20
06:49
First experimental demonstration of forced dynamic aperture measurements with LHC ac dipoles / Carlier, F S (Nikhef, Amsterdam ; CERN) ; Tomás, R (CERN) ; Maclean, E H (CERN) ; Persson, T H B (CERN)
Diagnostics of nonlinear beam dynamics has become more important for the LHC as it advances into increasingly challenging regimes of operation, as well as for the High Luminosity LHC where machine nonlinearities will have a significantly larger impact. Limitations of traditional excitation methods at top energy, in particular due to machine protection, have pushed the development of safe alternative methods using ac dipoles to characterize the nonlinear content of the LHC. [...]
2019 - 13 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 22 (2019) 031002 Fulltext from Publisher: PDF;

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2019-08-15
09:16
Collimation-induced experimental background studies at the CERN Large Hadron Collider / Bruce, R (CERN) ; Huhtinen, M (CERN) ; Manousos, A (CERN ; Innsbruck U. ; Aristotle U., Thessaloniki) ; Cerutti, F (CERN) ; Esposito, L (CERN) ; Kwee-Hinzmann, R (Royal Holloway, U. of London) ; Lechner, A (CERN) ; Mereghetti, A (CERN) ; Mirarchi, D (CERN) ; Redaelli, S (CERN) et al.
The data produced at the particle physics experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) contain not only the signals from the collisions, but also a background component from proton losses around the accelerator. Understanding, identifying and possibly mitigating this machine-induced background is essential for an efficient data taking, especially for some new physics searches. [...]
2019 - 18 p. - Published in : Phys. Rev. Accel. Beams 22 (2019) 021004 Fulltext from Publisher: PDF;

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