Korea Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator Project

@inproceedings{Kim2016KoreaHI,
  title={Korea Heavy Ion Medical Accelerator Project},
  author={Geun-Beom Kim and Ga Ram Hahn and J. Hwang and Won Taek Hwang and Chang Hyeuk Kim and Chawon Park and Heejoong Yim},
  year={2016}
}
Korea Heavy-ion Medical Accelerator (KHIMA) is the cancer therapy facility located in Busan, South Korea in its construction phase. The accelerator is a synchrotron with multi-ion sources, capable to accelerate carbon ions up to 430 MeV/u and protons, 230 MeV. As for beam delivery systems, 5 treatment lines are provided for clinical applications in 3 treatment rooms; treatment room 1 with a vertical and horizontal line adopting spread out Bragg peak (SOBP) irradiation, room 2 with a vertical… CONTINUE READING

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