Frontiers of Particle Beams: Intensity Limitations by M. Dienes, M. Month, S. Turner

By M. Dienes, M. Month, S. Turner

This can be the court cases of the fourth institution in a sequence of really good classes geared up by way of CERN's CAS and the yank USPAS. It offers with depth barriers. The contribution completely edited for this book fall into the following different types: self and environmental fields - coherent instabilities and their simulation - beam-beam interplay - different multi-particle results - beam resource barriers - engineering barriers. This exposition of the internal operating of high-intensity particle beams addresses particle physicistsas good as those who fee new machines. the academics have been chosenas being on the leading edge of contemporary advancements in this box.

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