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By D. A. Edwards

The 1st part bargains with the movement of a unmarried particle below the effect of digital and magnetic fields. the elemental language of linear and round accelerators is built. the main of section balance is brought in addition to section oscillations in linear accelerators and synchrotrons. provides a remedy of betatron oscillations through an expedition into nonlinear dynamics and its software to accelerators. the second one part discusses depth established results, relatively house cost and coherent instabilities. contains tables of parameters for a range of accelerators that are utilized in the various difficulties supplied on the finish of every bankruptcy.

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Upon transforming back to the lab frame, one would find that the effect decreases with increasing energy, due to the magnetic forces. ). Other effects, such as the space charge forces between individual particles, forces on the particles due to image charges in the vacuum chamber, and so forth, will contribute to the transverse behavior of the particles. The motion in the transverse degrees of freedom and its stability will be the subject of the next chapter. PROBLEMS 1. A betatron has accelerated electrons to an energy of 300 MeV.

76 during this process. Suppose that our simple pillbox cavity were filled with a material of relative permeability K , = p / p o . 4 will now contain a factor of K , on the right hand side. Now we need a mechanism for varying K , through the acceleration cycle. 9 shows one approach to providing tunability while retaining the material-free passage for the beam. K. 4 Accelerating Structures Though the discussion of the preceding section may be useful to illustrate the principles of acceleration in a large accelerator, in fact a single cavity is seldom sufficient to provide the requisite energy gain per turn in a synchrotron and surely not sufficient to produce the final energy of a linac.

The regions within the seporotrices ore colled stotionory buckets. 17 shows a situation in which the ideal particle is undergoing acceleration. 18 in which the ideal particle is unaccelerated and the phase stable region is 27r in extent. These are called stationary buckets. 17 a particle outside the separatrix diverges in both energy and phase and ultimately will depart from the accelerator. But for this case, a particle outside the stationary bucket will only undulate in energy and may well remain within the accelerator indefinitely.

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