Corpus ID: 124651574

BEAM PHYSICS DEMONSTRATIONS WITH THE RUTGERS 12-INCH

@inproceedings{Koeth2013BEAMPD,
  title={BEAM PHYSICS DEMONSTRATIONS WITH THE RUTGERS 12-INCH},
  author={T. Koeth},
  year={2013}
}
The Rutgers 12-Inch Cyclotron is a research grade accelerator dedicated to undergraduate education.[1] From its inception, it has been intended for instruction and has been designed to demonstrate classic beam physics phenomena. The machine is easily reconfigured, allowing experiments to be designed and performed within one academic semester. Our cyclotron gives students a hands-on opportunity to operate an accelerator and directly observe many fundamental beam physics concepts, including axial… Expand
RUTGERS 12-INCH CYCLOTRON : DEDICATED TO TRAINING THROUGH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT *
The Rutgers 12-Inch Cyclotron is a 1.2 MeV proton accelerator dedicated to beam physics instruction.[1] The 12-inch cyclotron project began as a personal pursuit for two Rutgers undergraduateExpand
THE RUTGERS CYCLOTRON: PLACING STUDENT'S CAREERS ON TARGET*
The Rutgers 12” Cyclotron is an educational tool used to introduce students to the multifaceted field of accelerator physics. Since its inception, the cyclotron has been under continuous developmentExpand
A NOVEL OPTICAL METHOD FOR MEASURING BEAM PHASE AND WIDTH IN THE RUTGERS 12-INCH CYCLOTRON
We present an optical based measurement of beam bunch length and time of arrival (phase wandering) for protons accelerated in the Rutgers 12-inch Cyclotron. This technique is necessary to test theExpand

References

SHOWING 1-5 OF 5 REFERENCES
THE RUTGERS CYCLOTRON: PLACING STUDENT'S CAREERS ON TARGET*
The Rutgers 12” Cyclotron is an educational tool used to introduce students to the multifaceted field of accelerator physics. Since its inception, the cyclotron has been under continuous developmentExpand
Building a cyclotron on a shoestring
Starting when he was an undergrad, Tim Koeth built a 12-inch cyclotron. Now he is in grad school and his creation is used in a senior-level lab class.
Lawrence and his laboratory
The birthplace of nuclear chemistry and nuclear medicine is the subject of this study of the Radiation Laboratory in Berkeley, California, where Ernest Lawrence used local and national technological,Expand