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AAC 1989

Name: AAC 1989

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Date: 1989-01-01

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Created at: Fri Jul 27 23:53:34 -0700 2007

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2 papers from the conference:

title: Instability of compensated beam-beam collisions
format: conference proceeding
conference: AAC 1989
year: 1989
2 authors: J.B. Rosenzweig | B. Autin
abstract: The beam-beam disruption phenomena in linear colliders are increasingly seen as a source of serious problems for these machines. The maximum disruption-induced angle introduces a constraint on final focusing system apertures, which has led to the complication of interaction point crossing angles. Additional constraints arise due to the desire to minimize the energy spread due to beamstrahlung energy loss to acceptable levels. Much more seriously, the beamstrahlung photons produced during disruption have been shown to pair-produce via interaction with the opposing bunch's disruption fields. (11 References).
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title: Argonne plasma wake-field acceleration experiments
format: conference proceeding
conference: AAC 1989
year: 1989
7 authors: J.B. Rosenzweig | B. Cole | W. Gai | R. Konecny | J. Norem | P. Schoessow | J. Simpson
abstract: Four years after the initial proposal of the Plasma Wake-field Accelerator (PWFA), it continues to be the object of much investigation, due to the promise of the ultra-high accelerating gradients that can exist in relativistic plasma waves driven in the wake of charged particle beams. These wake-fields are of interest both in the laboratory, for acceleration and focusing of electrons and positrons in future linear colliders, and in nature as a possible cosmic ray acceleration mechanism. The authors review the recent experimental advances made in PWFA research at Argonne National Laboratory. (25 References).
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