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By D. A. Edwards

ISBN-10: 0471551635

ISBN-13: 9780471551638

The 1st part bargains with the movement of a unmarried particle less than the effect of digital and magnetic fields. the elemental language of linear and round accelerators is constructed. the primary of section balance is brought in addition to section oscillations in linear accelerators and synchrotrons. offers a remedy of betatron oscillations by way of an expedition into nonlinear dynamics and its software to accelerators. the second one part discusses depth based results, rather area cost and coherent instabilities. contains tables of parameters for a range of accelerators that are utilized in the various difficulties supplied on the finish of every bankruptcy.

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44) + This is formally identical to the expression for the total “energy” T V = U,where the first term on the left is the “kinetic energy” T, and the second term is the “potential energy” V. We can therefore make an energy level diagram where horizontal lines indicating the total “energy” of the particle are drawn in addition to the “potential energy” function V . The I . 19. ” The intersections of horizontal lines with the potential function indicote turning points of the motion, where dQ / dn = 0.

21 shows how the bucket area varies with I $ ~ . In these last few pages, we have made frequent use of a requirement that the parameters of the system vary sufficiently slowly that adiabaticity prevails. At transition, for example, our expressions would tell us that the synchrotron oscillation frequency goes to zero, the amplitude of the phase oscillation goes to zero, and the energy excursions go to infinity. This, of course, does not happen; many accelerators indeed cross transition. The transition region requires special treatment, and we will turn to that in the next subsection.

Differences are equivalent to position differences along the general direction of motion of the ideal particle, this is called the longitudinal degree of freedom. It is not yet apparent that it is possible to treat this degree of freedom independently of the other two, the so-called transverse degrees of freedom. We will see that the frequency of longitudinal oscillations is generally much less than that of transverse oscillations and so, to a reasonable approximation, they are decoupled. 1 Synchrotron Oscillations As discussed previously, acceleration of particles to very high energies involves the use of high frequency resonant cavities for the production of accelerating fields.

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