Electromagnetic design of accelerator magnets

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  title={Electromagnetic design of accelerator magnets},
  author={R Russenschuck},
  year={2006}
}
The particle trajectorydr is always parallel to the velocity vector v. Therefore the vector v × B is perpendicular todr, i.e., (v × B) dr = 0. The magnetic field cannot contribute to a change in the particle’s energy. However, if forces perpendicular to the particle trajectory are needed, magnetic fields can serve for guiding and focusing of particle beams. At relativistic speed, electric and magnetic fields have the same effect on the particle trajectory if E ≡ cB. A magnetic field of 1 T is… CONTINUE READING

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