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Crystal slow extraction of positrons from DAFNE: the SHERPA project

@inproceedings{Garattini2021CrystalSE,
  title={Crystal slow extraction of positrons from DAFNE: the SHERPA project},
  author={Marco Garattini and D. Annucci and Oscar Blanco-Garc{\'i}a and Paola Gianotti and Susanna Guiducci and A. Liedl and M. Raggi and P. Valente},
  year={2021}
}
The SHERPA project aim is to develop an efficient technique to extract a positron beam from one of the accelerator rings composing the DAΦNE complex at the Frascati National Laboratory of INFN, setting up a new beam line able to deliver positron spills of O(ms) length, excellent beam energy spread and emittance. The most common approach to slowly extract from a ring is to increase betatron oscillations approaching a tune resonance in order to gradually eject particles from the circulating beam… 
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