Frontiers of Particle Beams: Proceedings of a Topical Course, Held by the Joint US-CERN School on Particle Accelerators at South Padre Island, Texas, October 23-29, 1986

Frontiers of Particle Beams: Proceedings of a Topical Course, Held by the Joint US-CERN School on Particle Accelerators at South Padre Island, Texas, October 23-29, 1986

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ISBN-13: 9783662136751
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 06/29/2013
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics , #296
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1988
Pages: 700
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.06(d)

Table of Contents

Phase space dynamics.- Equations for multiparticle dynamics.- Electromagnetic fields and instabilities in accelerators.- Physics of beam instabilities.- Iteration and accelerator dynamics.- Electron storage rings for the production of synchrotron radiation.- to the physics of the free electron laser.- Space charge dominated beams.- Intense electron beams.- Correlations and beam noise.- Advanced cooling techniques: Stochastic cooling of bunches in high-energy colliders.- Intra-beam scattering.- Crystallization of particle beams.- to the next generation of linear colliders.- Low emittance storage ring design.- Emittance preservation in linear colliders.- High energy electron linear accelerators, fields and structures.- A conceptual design of final Focus Systems for linear colliders.- An introduction to beamstrahlung and disruption.- RF frequency scaling and gyroklystron sources for linear supercolliders.- An introduction to acceleration mechanisms.- Particle beams and Twentieth Century science and technology.- Introductory talk Particle accelerators have a history, do they have a future?.- Accelerators and the scientific frontier.- Frontiers in particle accelerator research and development.- Superconducting radio-frequency technology: Expanding the horizons of physics and accelerators.

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