RECENT RESULTS FROM OPTIMIZATION STUDIES OF LINEAR NON-SCALING FFAGs FOR MUON ACCELERATION.

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Because of the highly repetitive nature and simple cell structure of FFAG lattices, it is possible to automatically design these lattices. In designing an FFAG lattice, one will try to meet certain constraints and then minimize some cost function by varying any remaining free parameters. I will first review previously published work on optimized FFAG design. Then I will describe recent advances in the understanding of linear non-scaling FFAG design that have come from these optimization techniques. I will describe how the lattice designs depend on some input parameters to the design. Finally, I will present a set of FFAG ... continued below

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BERG,J.S. October 13, 2004.

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Because of the highly repetitive nature and simple cell structure of FFAG lattices, it is possible to automatically design these lattices. In designing an FFAG lattice, one will try to meet certain constraints and then minimize some cost function by varying any remaining free parameters. I will first review previously published work on optimized FFAG design. Then I will describe recent advances in the understanding of linear non-scaling FFAG design that have come from these optimization techniques. I will describe how the lattice designs depend on some input parameters to the design. Finally, I will present a set of FFAG lattices that are optimized for muon acceleration using these techniques.

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  • INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FFAG ACCELERATORS; TSUKUBA, JAPAN; 20041013 through 20041016

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BERG,J.S. RECENT RESULTS FROM OPTIMIZATION STUDIES OF LINEAR NON-SCALING FFAGs FOR MUON ACCELERATION., article, October 13, 2004; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc889385/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.