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A modification plan of the KEK 500MEV booster to an all-ion accelerators (An injector-free synchrotron)
By: Takayama, K.; Torikai, K.; Sato, H.; Okazaki, K.; Kono, T.; Kikuchi, T.; Shimosaki, Y.; Kawai, M.; Iwashita, T.; Inagaki, S.; Dixit, T.; Arakida, Y.; Adachi, T.; Nakamura, E.; Wake, M.;
2007 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-0916-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' A modification plan of the KEK 500MEV booster to an all-ion accelerators (An injector-free synchrotron) ' A medium-energy synchrotron capable of accelerating all ion species based on a novel technology of the induction synchrotron has been proposed as an all-ion accelerator (AIA). The AIA without any specific injector employs a strong focusing lattice for ion-beam guiding and induction acceleration cells for acceleration and longitudinal capture, which are driven by a novel switching power supply. All ions, including cluster ions in their possible and arbitrary charge state, are accelerated in a single accelerator. A plan to modify the existing KEK 500MeV Booster synchrotron to the AIA is under consideration. Important aspects in a 200 kV ion source, and specific features in the orbit correction associated with the low-field injection and induction acceleration, are described.
Electron Volt Energy 500 Mev
Switching Power Supply
Induction Acceleration Cells
Voltage 200 Kv
Particle Beam Focusing
Particle Beam Injection