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Beam-based aperture measurements with movable collimator jaws as performance booster of the CERN Large Hadron Collider

@inproceedings{FusterMartinez2021BeambasedAM,
  title={Beam-based aperture measurements with movable collimator jaws as performance booster of the CERN Large Hadron Collider},
  author={Nuria Fuster-Mart'inez and Ralph Assmann and Roderik Bruce and Massimo Giovannozzi and Pascal Dominik Hermes and A. Mereghetti and Daniele Mirarchi and Stefano Redaelli and J. Wenninger},
  year={2021}
}
The beam aperture of a particle accelerator defines the clearance available for the circulating beams and is a parameter of paramount importance for the accelerator performance. At the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the knowledge and control of the available aperture is crucial because the nominal proton beams carry an energy of 362 MJ stored in a superconducting environment. Even a tiny fraction of beam losses could quench the superconducting magnets or cause severe material damage… Expand

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