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Conference on High-Brightness Beams for Advanced Accelerator Applications

Name: Conference on High-Brightness Beams for Advanced Accelerator Applications

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Date: 1992-01-01

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title: Saturnus: the UCLA compact high-brightness linac
format: conference proceeding
conference: Conference on High-Brightness Beams for Advanced Accelerator Applications
year: 1992
1 author: C. Pellegrini
abstract: Saturnus is a compact S-band linac designed to produce a single bunch with an energy of 20 MeV, a peak current larger than 200 A on energy spread of 0.3%, an emittance smaller than 5 mm mrad (normalized rms), and a pulse duration of 4 ps or shorter. This bunch can be followed at a variable distance by a second weak 'witness' bunch, to be used to measure the field excited by the first bunch,. The linac electron injector is based on the Brookhaven photoinjector design. Solenoids are used to focus the beam from the gun through a mirror box and a plane wave transformer accelerating structure. The linac will be followed by two beam lines, one of them capable of longitudinal bunch compression, leading to experimental stations where beam-laser and beam plasma interactions will be studied. (4 References).
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