North American Particle Accelerator Conference
In the JLab Electron Ion Collider (JLEIC) project the traditional electron cooling technique is used to reduce the ion beam emittance at the booster ring, and to compensate the intrabeam scattering effect and maintain the ion beam emittance during the collision at the collider ring. Different with other electron coolers using DC electron beam, the proposed electron cooler at the JLEIC ion collider ring uses high energy bunched electron beam, provided by an ERL. In this paper, we report some recent simulation study on how the electron cooling rate will be affected by the bunched electron beam properties, such as the correlation between the longitudinal position and momentum, the bunch size, and the Larmor emittance.
Original Publication Citation
Zhang, H., Benson, S., Chen, J., Derbenev, Y., Huang, H., Li, R., . . . Zhang, Y. (2017). Simulation Study on JLEIC High Energy Bunched Electron Cooling. Paper presented at the North American Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
0000-0003-1215-7892 (Li-Shi Luo), 0000-0001-7439-7475 (Yves Roblin),
Zhang, H.; Roblin, Y.; Zhang, Y.; Derbenev, Ya.; Benson, S.; Li, R.; Chen, J.; Huang, H.; and Luo, L., "Simulation Study on JLEIC High Energy Bunched Electron Cooling" (2017). Mathematics & Statistics Faculty Publications. 39.