RHIC survey and alignment

@article{Karl1993RHICSA,
  title={RHIC survey and alignment},
  author={Friday Karl and Raymond R. Anderson and Michael Robert Goldman and Frederic Hemmer and D. Kazmark and T. T. Mroczkowski and John C. Roecklein},
  journal={Proceedings of International Conference on Particle Accelerators},
  year={1993},
  pages={2919-2921 vol.4}
}
The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider consists of two interlaced plane rings, a pair of mirror-symmetric beam injection arcs, a spatially curved beam transfer line from the Alternating Gradient Synchrotron, and a collection of precisely positioned and aligned magnets, on appropriately positioned support stands, threaded on those arcs. RHIC geometry is defined by six beam crossing points exactly in a plane, lying precisely at the vertices of a regular hexagon of specified size position and… CONTINUE READING

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