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Conference on Beam Dynamics Issues of High-Luminosity Asymmetric Collider Rings

Name: Conference on Beam Dynamics Issues of High-Luminosity Asymmetric Collider Rings

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Date: 1990-01-01

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title: Isochronous storage rings and high luminosity electron-positron colliders
format: conference proceeding
conference: Conference on Beam Dynamics Issues of High-Luminosity Asymmetric Collider Rings
year: 1990
2 authors: C. Pellegrini | D. Robin
abstract: The interest in studying CP and possibly CPT violations in B and phi meson decay has lead recently to several proposals for the construction of B and phi factories. With a conventional storage ring collider, high luminosity 10 to 100 times larger than maximum obtained up to now, is obtained by increasing the stored electron and positron beam currents from the 10-100 mA range to the several Ampere level. This very large beam current raises questions of collective instabilities and vacuum and RF system design. In addition the RF power needed to compensate the synchrotron radiation losses is of the order of 5 to 10 MW. The authors study the possibility of obtaining this high luminosity keeping the beam current at the 100 mA level, by using an 'isochronous ring' and reducing the bunch length and the beta function at the interaction point. (7 References).
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