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Research And Development Of The Positron Damping Rings For The Proposed International Linear Collider And At Cern In Geneva, Switzerland For The Large Hadron Collider Atlas Experiment's Integrated Simulation Framwork, Ryan Badman May 2013

Research And Development Of The Positron Damping Rings For The Proposed International Linear Collider And At Cern In Geneva, Switzerland For The Large Hadron Collider Atlas Experiment's Integrated Simulation Framwork, Ryan Badman

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

The topic of part I of my capstone is electron clouds, studied in the Cornell synchrotron accelerator. Electron clouds are an important phenomenon to study in circular particle accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the Cornell synchrotron, and the damping ring for the proposed International Linear Collider (ILC). Low energy background electrons are normally present in high energy accelerators and are often not detrimental to beam performance, but certain operation conditions cause them to interact strongly with the beam, as was first observed in the 1980s in positron storage rings. The generation and amplification of the electron cloud ...


Research And Development Of The Positron Damping Rings For The Proposed International Linear Collider, And At Cern In Geneva, Switzerland For The Large Hadron Collider Atlas Experiment's Integrated Simulation Framework, Ryan Badman Apr 2013

Research And Development Of The Positron Damping Rings For The Proposed International Linear Collider, And At Cern In Geneva, Switzerland For The Large Hadron Collider Atlas Experiment's Integrated Simulation Framework, Ryan Badman

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

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