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We recently studied spin flipping of a 1.94 GeV / c vertically polarized proton beam at COSY in Jülich, Germany. We swept an rf-dipole’s frequency through an rf-induced spin resonance to flip the beam’s polarization direction. After determining the resonance’s frequency, we varied the...
This work is a three-dimensional stability study based on the modal analysis for a continuous beam with an axisymmetric Kapchinskij-Vladimirskij (KV) distribution. The analysis is carried out self-consistently within the context of linearized Vlasov-Maxwell equations and electrostatic...
Recently a novel approach has been proposed for performing multiturn extraction from a circular machine. Such a technique consists of splitting the beam by means of stable islands created in transverse phase space by magnetic elements creating nonlinear fields, such as sextupoles and octupoles....
We have augmented the code POSINST to include solenoid fields and used it to simulate the buildup of electron cloud due in the PEP-II positron ring. We find that the distribution of electrons is strongly affected by the resonances associated with the cyclotron period and bunch spacing. In...
The transverse evolution of the envelope of an intense, unbunched ion beam in a linear transport channel can be modeled for the approximation of linear self-fields by the Kapchinskij-Vladimirskij (KV) envelope equations. Here we employ the KV envelope equations to analyze the linear stability...
This paper describes a self-consistent kinetic model for the longitudinal dynamics of a long, coasting beam propagating in straight (linear) geometry in the z direction in the smooth-focusing approximation. Starting with the three-dimensional Vlasov-Maxwell equations, and integrating over the...
In the soft x-ray region, the demand for helicity switching of circularly polarized undulator radiation is increasing to study circular dichroism. The asymmetric figure-8 undulator is an insertion device to provide circularly polarized radiation (CPR) and a simple method of helicity switching...
When an electron beam collides with a high-intensity laser beam, the spectrum of the nonlinear Thomson scattering in the backward direction shows strong oscillations like those in the spectrum of an optical klystron. Laser gain on the backward Thomson scattering is estimated using the Madey...
Crystalline undulators with periodically deformed crystallographic planes offer coherent electromagnetic fields on the order of 1000 T and provide undulator period L in submillimeter range. We present an idea for creation of a crystalline undulator and report its realization. One face of a...
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