Massimo Marchetto

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The ISAC facility, located at TRIUMF, first began delivering radioactive ion beams (RIBs) in 1998, added post-accelerated beam capability in 2001, and is regarded as one of the premiere RIB facilities in the world. The existing constraints on RIBs of Z<83 and accelerated beams of A/q≤30 with energies limited to 5 MeV/u are being addressed. A charge-state(More)
  • V. Zvyagintsev, R. E. Laxdal, +12 authors Q. Zheng
  • 2009
The ISAC-II heavy ion linear accelerator has been in operation at TRIUMF since 2006. The high beta section of the accelerator, consisting of twenty cavities with optimum β 0 =0.11, is currently under production and is scheduled for completion in 2009. The cavities are superconducting bulk Niobium two-gap quarter-wave resonators with a frequency of 141 MHz,(More)
A 0.5 megawatt electron linear accelerator is being designed at TRIUMF in support of its expanding rare isotope program, which targets nuclear structure and astrophysics studies as well as material science. The first stage of the project, a 25 MeV, 5 mA, c.w. linac matching the isotope production target power-handling capability in the next five-year plan,(More)
TRIUMF proposes a half megawatt electron linac (elinac) for radioactive ion beam production via photofis-sion. The e-linac is to operate CW using 1.3 GHz supercon-ducting (SC) technology. The accelerator layout consists of a 100 keV thermionic gun, a normal conducting buncher, an injector module, and main linac modules accelerating to a final energy of 50(More)
At the ISAC facility in TRIUMF radioactive ion beams (RIB) are produced using the ISOL method and post accelerated. The post accelerator chain consists of a radio frequency quadrupole (RFQ) injector followed by a drift tube linac (DTL) that accelerates the ions from 150 keV/u up to 1.8 MeV/u. A further stage of acceleration is achieved using a(More)
We have demonstrated the first acceleration of ions with superconducting rf at TRIUMF/ISAC. Alpha particles from a radioactive source are accelerated from 2.8 MeV through the ISAC-II medium beta cryomodule to a maximum energy of 9.4 MeV. The four 106 MHz quarter wave cavities (β o = 7%) are set to the ISAC-II specified gradient of 6 MV/m (L eff = 18 cm, E p(More)
The cataloguing activity is the base to know collection and cultural heritage. To catalogue objects and to spread the knowledge on the world it is important to use standardized methodologies, instruments and datasheets. There are no standard for the cataloguing activity of Science fiction collections. Quantility srl and Tryeco 2.0 srl developed a project to(More)
ISAC is the TRIUMF facility for the production and post acceleration of Rare Isotope Beams (RIBs). The post acceleration section includes two normal conducting linacs, an RFQ injector and a variable energy IH-DTL, and a su-perconducting linac composed of five cryomodules each containing four quarter wave bulk niobium resonators. All three machines operate(More)
  • R. E. Laxdal, R. Dawson, +5 authors T. Ries
  • 2009
The ISAC-II heavy ion linear accelerator has been in operation at TRIUMF since 2006. The high beta section of the accelerator, consisting of twenty cavities with optimum β 0 =0.11, is currently under production and is scheduled for completion in 2009. The cavities are superconducting bulk Niobium two-gap quarter-wave resonators with a frequency of 141 MHz,(More)