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The principles of circular accelerators and storage rings

Author: Philip J Bryant; Kjell Johnsen
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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This book is a basic introduction to the principles of circular particle accelerators and stage rings, for scientists, engineers and mathematicians.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip J Bryant; Kjell Johnsen
ISBN: 0521355788 9780521355780
OCLC Number: 25964651
Description: xxv, 357 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction. 1.1. Direct-voltage accelerators. 1.2. Accelerators that use time-varying fields. 1.3. Storage rings. 1.4. Linear colliders --
2. Basic concepts and constant-gradient focusing. 2.1. Cyclotron motion. 2.2. Transverse motion. 2.3. Solutions. 2.4. Stability. 2.5. Acceptance and emittance. 2.6. Momentum compaction --
3. Alternating-gradient focusing. 3.1. A segment of a magnet as a focusing element. 3.2. Simple description of an alternating-gradient accelerator. 3.3. Edge focusing. 3.4. Motion with momentum deviation --
4. Paramerisation of the transverse motion. 4.1. Parameterisation. 4.2. Invariant of the unperturbed motion. 4.3. Propagation of the Courant and Snyder parameters. 4.4. Emittance and acceptance. 4.5. Distinctions between circular machines and transfer lines. 4.6. Motion with momentum deviation. 4.7. A simple approach to lattice design --
5. Imperfections and resonances. 5.1. Closed-orbit distortion from dipole kicks. 5.2. Gradient deviations. 5.3. Weak linear coupling. 5.4. Non-linear resonances --
6. Chromaticity. 6.1. Chromatic effects. 6.2. Evaluation of the chromaticity. 6.3. Adjusting the chromaticity. 6.4. The w-vector formulation of chromatic effects. 6.5. Analytic expressions for the chromatic variables. 6.6. Planning sextupole families. 6.7. Non-linearities --
7. Longitudinal beam dynamics. 7.1. Betatron acceleration. 7.2. Basic accelerating cavity for synchrotrons. 7.3. Travelling wave representation of the accelerating field. 7.4. Equations for the longitudinal motion. 7.5. Phase stability. 7.6. Small-amplitude deviations. 7.7. Close to transition --
8. Image and space-charge forces (transverse). 8.1. Theoretical context. 8.2. Components of the space-charge force. 8.3. Bunching, neutralisation and practical structures. 8.4. Evaluation of the image coefficients. 8.5. Measurements and applications --
9. Coherent instabilities. 9.1. General description. 9.2. Classification of the coherent beam modes. 9.3. Wake fields and coupling impedance. 9.4. Longitudinal instability in a coasting beam. 9.5. Transverse instability in a coasting beam --
10. Radiating particles. 10.1. Power radiated by a relativistic charge. 10.2. Angular distribution. 10.3. Frequency spectrum. 10.4. Quantum emission. 10.5. Damping of synchrotron oscillations. 10.6. Quantum excitation of synchrotron oscillations. 10.7. Damping of betatron oscillations. 10.8. Quantum excitation of the betatron motion. 10.9. Damping partition numbers. 10.10. Radiation integrals. 10.11. High-brightness lattices --
11. Diagnosis and compensation. 11.1. Closed orbit. 11.2. Tune measurement. 11.3. Beam transfer function. 11.4. Profiles. 11.5. Lack of reproducibility. 11.6. RF manipulations --
12. Special aspects of circular colliders. 12.1. Energy relations. 12.2. Luminosity. 12.3. Summary of some other effects --
Appendix A Transverse particle motion in an accelerator. (i). General formulation. (ii). Tailoring the Hamiltonian to a circular accelerator. (iii). Conservation of phase space. (iv). Effects of small terms and approximations on the motion --
Appendix B Accelerator magnets. (i). Multipole expansion of a 2-dimensional magnetic field. (ii). Dealing with a 3-dimensional magnet. (iii). Rotating-coil measurements. (iv). Nomenclature for magnet measurements. (v). Practical lenses --
Appendix C Closed orbits --
Appendix D Phase equation. (i). General de
Responsibility: Philip J. Bryant, Kjell Johnsen.
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