Proposal of very low cost 5–6GeV synchrotron radiation ring for medical use using permanent magnets and aluminum beam pipe without flanges and bellows
We are designing a synchrotron radiation ring of medical application such an angiography for practical uses. Iodine is clinically used as a contrast agent, which has K-edge at an energy of about 33 keV.
KeywordsPermanent Magnet Storage Ring Beam Pipe Strontium Ferrite Quadrupole Magnet
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