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Title: The first 1 1/2 years of TOTEM roman pot operation at LHC
Authors: Deile, Mario
Antchev, Gueorgui
Atanassov, Ivan
Avati, V.
Baechler, J.
Eggert, K.
Kaspar, J.
Lucas Rodriguez, F.
Morant, J.
Niewiadomski, Hubert
Radermacher, Ernst
Ravotti, F.
Ruggiero, G.
Sabba, H.
Snoeys, Walter
Appleby, R. B.
Assmann, Ralph W.
Bruce, Roderik
Dupont, M.
Dutour, M.
Farnham, B.
Pons, X.
Ravat, Sylvain
Redaelli, Stefano
Sapinski, Mariusz
Valentino, Gianluca
Wollmann, Daniel
Keywords: Large Hadron Collider (France and Switzerland)
Colliders (Nuclear physics)
Proton synchrotron colliders
Beta functions
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Cornell University
Citation: Deile, M., Antchev, G. H., Appleby, R. B., Assmann, R. W., Atanassov, I., Avati, V., ... & Farnham, B. (2011). The first 1 1/2 years of TOTEM roman pot operation at LHC. arXiv preprint arXiv:1110.5808, 1-3.
Abstract: Since the LHC running season 2010, the TOTEM Roman Pots (RPs) are fully operational and serve for collecting elastic and diffractive proton-proton scattering data. Like for other moveable devices approaching the high intensity LHC beams, a reliable and precise control of the RP position is critical to machine protection. After a review of the RP movement control and position interlock system, the crucial task of alignment will be discussed.
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