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RFQ Cooler SHIRaC developent

@article{Boussaid2014RFQCS,
  title={RFQ Cooler SHIRaC developent},
  author={Ramzi Boussaid},
  journal={arXiv: Accelerator Physics},
  year={2014}
}
  • R. Boussaid
  • Published 2 August 2014
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Accelerator Physics
The development of a new RFQ Cooler, named SHIRaC, was carried out to handle and cool typical SPIRAL 2 beams of large emittances (up to 80 {\pi}.mm.mrad) and high currents (up to 1 {\micro}A). SHIRaC is a part of SPIRAL 2 facility at GANIL laboratory in France. Its purposes are to enhance as much as possible the beam quality: transverse geometric emittance of less than 3 {\pi}.mm.mrad and a longitudinal energy spread close to 1 eV, and to transmit more than 60 % of ions. Numerical simulations… 

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