Issues of Stability and Ground Motion in ILC

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Stability of International Linear Collider is determined by the stability of the site, additional noises of beamline component, energy and kicker jitter, and performance of train-to-train and intratrain feedback. Stability goals in terms of the beam jitter at the end of the linac, in BDS and at the IP are discussed in this paper, and translated to stability goals for the site and for component jitter. Present status of stability studies is reviewed and feasibility of achieving the stability goals is discussed.

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Seryi, Andrei; Hendrickson, Linda; White, Glen & /SLAC February 3, 2006.

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Stability of International Linear Collider is determined by the stability of the site, additional noises of beamline component, energy and kicker jitter, and performance of train-to-train and intratrain feedback. Stability goals in terms of the beam jitter at the end of the linac, in BDS and at the IP are discussed in this paper, and translated to stability goals for the site and for component jitter. Present status of stability studies is reviewed and feasibility of achieving the stability goals is discussed.

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  • Contributed to 36th ICFA Advanced Beam Dynamics Workshop (NANOBEAM 2005), Kyoto, Japan, 17-21 Oct 2005

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Seryi, Andrei; Hendrickson, Linda; White, Glen & /SLAC. Issues of Stability and Ground Motion in ILC, article, February 3, 2006; [Menlo Park, California]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc877213/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.