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Buildings are among the largest consumers of electricity in the US. A significant portion of this energy use in buildings can be attributed to HVAC systems used to maintain comfort for occupants. In most cases these building HVAC systems run on fixed schedules and do not employ any fine grained control based on detailed occupancy information. In this paper(More)
Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) is upgrading the Proton Storage Ring (PSR) for the Short Pulse Spallation Source, to deliver 200 microamperes (μA) of beam current to a new target assembly [1]. Previous operation had been limited to 70 μA, partly as a consequence of the peak radiofrequency (RF) voltage available from the h=1 buncher. After an(More)
The 2.8 Megahertz (MHz) cathode-follower RF amplifier system and ferrite-loaded gap assembly for the Proton Storage Ring (PSR) were improved as part of the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) upgrade for a Short Pulse Spallation Source (SPSS) [1]. The commissioning of PSR commenced in July of 1998. The performance of the cathode-follower amplifier(More)
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