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|Title:||Experience with high-intensity beam scraping and tail populations at the Large Hadron Collider|
Assmann, Ralph W.
|Keywords:||Large Hadron Collider (France and Switzerland)|
Collimators (Optical instrument) -- Calibration
Colliders (Nuclear physics)
Proton synchrotron colliders
|Citation:||Redaelli, S., Salvachua, B., Valentino, G., Mirarchi, D., Wollmann, D., Bruce, R., ... & Burkart, F. (2013). Experience with high-intensity beam scraping and tail populations at the Large Hadron Collider. 4th International Particle Accelerator Conference, Shanghai. 978-980.|
|Abstract:||The population of beam tails at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a source of concern for the operation at higher beam energies and intensities when even small fractions of the beam could represent a potential danger is case of slow or fast losses, e.g. caused by orbit transients or by collimator movements. Different studies have been performed using the technique of collimator scans to probe the beam tail population in different conditions. The experience accumulated during the operation at 3.5 TeV and 4 TeV is reviewed.|
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