NAPAC2019: Proceedings of the North American Particle Accelerator Conference
North American Particle Accelerator Conference, September 2-6, 2019, Lansing, Michigan
Beam synchronization of the future electron-ion collider (EIC) is studied with introducing different bunch numbers in the two colliding beams. This allows non-pairwise collisions between the bunches of the two beams and is known as "gear-change", whereby one bunch of the first beam collides with all other bunches of the second beam, one at a time. Here we report on the study of how the beam dynamics of the Jefferson Lab Electron Ion collider concept is affected by the gear change. For this study, we use the new GPU-based code (GHOST). It features symplectic one-turn maps for particle tracking and Bassetti-Erskine approach for beam-beam interactions.
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Original Publication Citation
Neththikumara, I., Krafft, G. A., Terzić, B., & Roblin, Y. (2019). Electron-ion collider performance studies with beam sychronization via gear-change. In Y. Yamazaki, T. Raubenheimer, A. McCausey, & V.R.W. Schaa (Eds.), NAPAC2019: Proceedings of the North American Particle Accelerator Conference (pp. 553-555). JACoW. https://doi.org/10.18429/JACoW-NAPAC2019-TUPLO09
0000-0002-0328-5828 (Krafft), 0000-0002-9646-8155 (Terzić)
Neththikumara, I.; Krafft, Geoffrey A.; Roblin, Y.; and Terzić, Balša, "Electron-Ion Collider Performance Studies With Beam Synchronization via Gear-Change" (2019). Physics Faculty Publications. 770.