Φ-Factory Design

  • C. Biscari
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume 425)


The search for fundamental interaction laws continuously stimulates the accelerator community to increase the energy of accelerators. The present need for high-accuracy measurements in already explored energy regions requires a new generation of colliders, the e+ e factories. These should work at the energies of hadronic resonances and produce a very high rate of events with a luminosity increased by at least two orders of magnitude with respect to the present values. Such high luminosity poses interesting new problems to both the detector and accelerator physicists.


Bunch Length Betatron Oscillation Beam Separation Beam Lifetime Compact Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Biscari
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  1. 1.INFNItaly

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