T. Rinckel

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  • L V Alexeeva, V A Anferov, B B Blinov, J A Bywater, D D Caussyn, E D Courant +105 others
  • 1996
The SPIN Collaboration and the DESY Polarization Team have studied the possible acceleration of a polarized proton beam to 820 GeV/c in the HERA accelerator complex at DESY. The main problems which need further study are: increasing the accumulated polarized proton intensity, providing adequate spin stability with four or more Siberian snakes in HERA. All(More)
A new pulsed neutron source is under construction at the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility (IUCF). Neutrons are produced via (p,n) reactions by a low-energy proton beam incident on a thin beryllium target. The source is tightly coupled to a cold methane moderator held at a temperature of 20 K or below. The resulting time-averaged cold neutron flux is(More)
We describe two new beamlines for radiation effects research at the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility. Protons with energies up to 205 MeV are available. One of the beamlines offers momentum selected beams at energies as low as 52 MeV. Beam characteristics such as transmission, energy, energy spread and lateral profile are described and compared to(More)
A polarized internal atomic hydrogen target and a stored, polarized beam are used to measure the spin-dependent total cross section ∆σ T /σ tot , as well as the polar integrals of the spin correlation coefficient combination A xx − A yy , and the analyzing power A y for p p → ppπ • at four bombarding energies between 325 and 400 MeV. This experiment is made(More)
The Low Energy Neutron Source (LENS) is an accelerator-based pulsed cold neutron facility under construction at the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility (IUCF). The idea behind LENS is to produce pulsed cold neutron beams starting with ∼MeV neutrons from (p,n) reactions in Be which are moderated to meV energies and extracted from a small solid angle for(More)
We report the first observation of the charge symmetry breaking d+d-->4He+pi(0) reaction near threshold. Measurements using a magnetic channel (gated by two photons) of the 4He scattering angle and momentum (from time of flight) permitted reconstruction of the pi(0) "missing mass," the quantity used to separate 4He+pi(0) events from the continuum of double(More)
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