Beam-beam interactions

@inproceedings{Herr2006BeambeamI,
  title={Beam-beam interactions},
  author={Werner Herr},
  year={2006}
}
The problem of the beam-beam interaction is the subject of many studies since the introduction of the first particle colliders. It has been and will be one of the most important limits to the performance and therefore attracts the interest at the design stage of a new colliding beams facility. A particle beam is a collection of a large number of charges and represents an electromagnetic potential for other charges. It will therefore exert forces on itself and other beams. In the case of… CONTINUE READING

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