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Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters

, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 497–501 | Cite as

Incoherent vertical ion losses during multiturn stacking cooling beam injection

Physics and Technique of Accelerators

Abstract

The efficiency of the multiturn ion injection with electron cooling depends on two parameters, namely, cooling efficiency and ion lifetime. The lifetime of freshly injected ions is usually shorter than the lifetime of strongly cooled stacked ions. Freshly injected ions are lost in the vertical direction because the vertical acceptance of the synchrotron is usually a few times smaller than the horizontal acceptance. Incoherent vertical losses of freshly injected ions arise from their multiple scattering by residual gas atoms and transverse diffusion caused by stack noise. Reduced ion lifetime limits the multiturn injection efficiency. Analytical estimations and BETACOOL-based numerical evaluations of the vertical ion losses during multiturn injection are presented in comparison with the experimental data obtained at the HIMAC synchrotron and the S-LSR storage ring.

Keywords

Nucleus Letter Electron Cool Transverse Diffusion Injection Cycle Betatron Oscillation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Joint Institute for Nuclear ResearchDubna, Moscow oblastRussia

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