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Nosochkov, Y. M.; Raubenheimer, T. O. (2001)
Languages: English
Types: Preprint
Subjects: Physics - Accelerator Physics

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arxiv: Physics::Accelerator Physics
In this note, we briefly review the current lattice of the NLC extraction line which was designed for the nominal NLC beam parameters. Then we describe the beam parameters for the high luminosity option with larger beam disruption parameter and discuss its effect on beam loss in the extraction line. Finally, we present a summary of the optics study aimed at minimizing the beam loss with high disruption beams.
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    • [2] T.O. Raubenheimer, “Parameters and Possible Operating Modes of the NLC,” SLAC note LCC-0031 (1999); on the web at: http://www-project.slac.stanford.edu/lc/ilc/TechNotes/LCCNotes/lcc notes index.htm.
    • [3] K. A. Thompson, et al., “High-luminosity NLC Designs with Near-equal Horizontal and Vertical Beta Functions,” SLAC note LCC-0022 (1999); on the web at: http://www-project.slac.stanford.edu/lc/ilc/TechNotes/LCCNotes/lcc notes index.htm.
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    • [6] The disrupted beam distributions were calculated by K. A. Thompson using GUINEAPIG code [7].
    • [7] D. Schulte, Ph.D. thesis (1996).
    • [8] P. Tenenbaum, et al., “Use of Simulation Programs for the Modeling of the Next Linear Collider,” Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Part. Acc. Conf. (PAC99), New York City, NY (1999); SLAC-PUB-8136 (1999).
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