2 May 2007 Experimental apparatus to study crystal channeling in an external SPS beamline
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Proceedings Volume 6634, International Conference on Charged and Neutral Particles Channeling Phenomena II; 66340L (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.741871
Event: International Conference on Charged and Neutral Particles Channeling Phenomena II, 2006, Rome, Italy
Abstract
For the new generation of high intensity hadronic machines as, for instance, LHC, halo collimation is a necessary issue for the accelerator to operate at the highest possible luminosity and to prevent the damage of superconductor magnets. We propose an experiment aimed to systematic study of the channeling phenomenology and of the newly observed "volume reflection" effect. This experiment will be performed for an external SPS beamline and will make use of a primary proton beam with 400 GeV/c momentum and very small (∼ 3 &mgr;rad) divergence. The advantage of a proposed experiment is precise tracking of particles that interacted with a crystal, so that to determine the single-pass effciency for all the processes involved. For this purpose, a telescope equipped with high-resolution silicon microstrip detectors will be used. New generation silicon crystals and an extra-precise goniometer are mandatory issues. Main goal of the experiment is to get the precise information on channeling of relativistic particles and, ultimately, on the feasibility of such technique for halo collimation at LHC. In this contribution we review the status of the setting-up of experimental apparatus and its future development in sight of the planned run in September 2006.
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Sergey V. Afanasiev, Sergey V. Afanasiev, A. G. Afonin, A. G. Afonin, Giovanni Ambrosi, Giovanni Ambrosi, Philipp Azzarello, Philipp Azzarello, Vladimir T. Baranov, Vladimir T. Baranov, Stefano Baricordi, Stefano Baricordi, Roberto Battiston, Roberto Battiston, Bruna Bertucci, Bruna Bertucci, Davide Bolognini, Davide Bolognini, William J. Burger, William J. Burger, Alberto Carnera, Alberto Carnera, Gianluca Cavoto, Gianluca Cavoto, Yu. A. Chesnokov, Yu. A. Chesnokov, Pietro Dalpiaz, Pietro Dalpiaz, Gianantonio Della Mea, Gianantonio Della Mea, Alexander S. Denisov, Alexander S. Denisov, Davide De Salvador, Davide De Salvador, Massimiliano Fiorini, Massimiliano Fiorini, Luca Foggetta, Luca Foggetta, Yury A. Gavrikov, Yury A. Gavrikov, Vincenzo Guidi, Vincenzo Guidi, Said Hasan, Said Hasan, Maria Ionica, Maria Ionica, Yuri M. Ivanov, Yuri M. Ivanov, Vladimir G. Ivochkin, Vladimir G. Ivochkin, Sergey V. Kosyanenko, Sergey V. Kosyanenko, Vladilen I. Kotov, Vladilen I. Kotov, Alexander D. Kovalenko, Alexander D. Kovalenko, Vladimir A. Maisheev, Vladimir A. Maisheev, Giuliano Martinelli, Giuliano Martinelli, Andrea Mazzolari, Andrea Mazzolari, Emiliano Milan, Emiliano Milan, Riccardo Milan, Riccardo Milan, Anatoli A. Petrunin, Anatoli A. Petrunin, Michela Prest, Michela Prest, Roberta Santacesaria, Roberta Santacesaria, Walter Scandale, Walter Scandale, Vyacheslav V. Skorobogatov, Vyacheslav V. Skorobogatov, Dean A. Still, Dean A. Still, Vsevolod M. Suvorov, Vsevolod M. Suvorov, Alexander M. Taratin, Alexander M. Taratin, Paolo Valente, Paolo Valente, Erik Vallazza, Erik Vallazza, Alberto Vomiero, Alberto Vomiero, Igor A. Yaznin, Igor A. Yaznin, Paolo Zuccon, Paolo Zuccon, } "Experimental apparatus to study crystal channeling in an external SPS beamline", Proc. SPIE 6634, International Conference on Charged and Neutral Particles Channeling Phenomena II, 66340L (2 May 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.741871; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.741871
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