Beam-Beam Compensation Activities at Fermilab. R&D Status.

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The beam-beam interaction in the Tevatron produces the betatron tune spread in each bunch and a bunch-to-bunch tune spread. The tune spread sets limits on bunch intensity and luminosity. The beam-beam e#11;ects for antiprotons are usually more severe since the proton bunch population is higher. The beam-beam e#11;ects for antiprotons can in principle be compensated with the use of an electron beam with a corresponding charge density. The status of studies of possibilities of the beam-beam compensation is reviewed in this paper.

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Sery, Andrey; Danilov, Slava; Finley, Dave & Shiltsev, Vladimir February 5, 1999.

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The beam-beam interaction in the Tevatron produces the betatron tune spread in each bunch and a bunch-to-bunch tune spread. The tune spread sets limits on bunch intensity and luminosity. The beam-beam e#11;ects for antiprotons are usually more severe since the proton bunch population is higher. The beam-beam e#11;ects for antiprotons can in principle be compensated with the use of an electron beam with a corresponding charge density. The status of studies of possibilities of the beam-beam compensation is reviewed in this paper.

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  • Workshop on Space Charge Dominated Beam Physics for Heavy Ion Fusion, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Japan, December 10-12, 1998

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Sery, Andrey; Danilov, Slava; Finley, Dave & Shiltsev, Vladimir. Beam-Beam Compensation Activities at Fermilab. R&D Status., article, February 5, 1999; Batavia, Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc684081/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.