Recent progress in the development of a circular ion induction accelerator for space charge dominated beams at LLNL

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The Heavy Ion Fusion Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has for several years been developing the world�s first circular ion induction accelerator. This machine has recently been extended to 90 degrees, or 10 half-lattice periods (HLP) with full beam transport. In addition, induction cores have been installed on five of the HLP�s, each with an independent arbitrary waveform pulser. An arbitrary waveform pulser for the bending electrostatic dipoles has also been enabled. Together, they have allowed the first attempts at coordinated bending and acceleration of the beam. The results of these first attempts will be reported on in the ... continued below

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Ahle,L; Autrey,D; Barnard, J; Berners ,D; Craig, G; Debeling, A et al. August 19, 1998.

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The Heavy Ion Fusion Group at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has for several years been developing the world�s first circular ion induction accelerator. This machine has recently been extended to 90 degrees, or 10 half-lattice periods (HLP) with full beam transport. In addition, induction cores have been installed on five of the HLP�s, each with an independent arbitrary waveform pulser. An arbitrary waveform pulser for the bending electrostatic dipoles has also been enabled. Together, they have allowed the first attempts at coordinated bending and acceleration of the beam. The results of these first attempts will be reported on in the paper by examining the output of various diagnostic devices, such as the capacitive Beam Probes (C-probes), slit scanners, and the Gated Beam Imager(GBI).

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  • 19th International Linear Accelerator Conference, Chicago, IL, August 23-28, 1998

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Ahle,L; Autrey,D; Barnard, J; Berners ,D; Craig, G; Debeling, A et al. Recent progress in the development of a circular ion induction accelerator for space charge dominated beams at LLNL, article, August 19, 1998; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc702640/: accessed April 27, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.