Introduction to Beam Transfer

Brennan Goddard

Abstract


Beam Transfer refers to the process of moving a collection of particles between accelerators or onto external targets, dumps or measurement devices. An recall of the salient features of transverse beam dynamics is given, and some common manipulations portrayed in normalised phase space. Different beam transfer processes and techniques are introduced, including key generic requirements, constraints and performance indicators

Keywords


CERN; Physics; High-Energy Physics; Accelerators; School; Injection; Extraction: Transfer Lines.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23730/CYRSP-2018-005.109

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