Landau damping with electron lenses
Electron lenses provide an incoherent betatron tune spread for Landau damping of transverse coherent beam instabilities. We investigated the eect of the transverse electron beam size and shape for Landau damping with an electron lens. Another point of interests is Landau damping provided by a pulsed electron lens with homogeneous transverse beam profile. This type of electron lens is developed for space-charge compensation in SIS18.
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