Javier Resta-Lopez, Glenn Christian. Pulse-to-pulse Orbit Jitter Propagation in Multi-bunch Operation at the Kek Accelerator Test Facility 2 (atf2)
Submitted on: Aug 30, 2012, 08:59:32
Natural Sciences / Physics / Particle physics
Description: Pulse-to-pulse orbit jitter, if not controlled, can drastically degrade the luminosity in future linear colliders. The second goal of the ATF2 project at the KEK accelerator test facility is to stabilise the vertical beam position down to approximately 5% of the nominal rms vertical beam size at the virtual Interaction Point (IP). This will require control of the orbit to better than 1 micrometre at the entrance of the ATF2 final focus system. In this report simulation studies are presented for vertical jitter propagation through the ATF2 extraction line and final focus system, and the jitter is evaluated at the IP. For these studies pulse-to-pulse vertical jitter measurements using three stripline beam position monitors are used as initial inputs. These studies are performed for the case of a bunch-train with three bunches, but could easily be extended for a larger number of bunches. The cases with and without intra-train orbit feedback correction in the extraction line of ATF2 are compared.
The abstract of this article will be published in the August 2012 issue of "Intellectual Archive Bulletin", ISSN 1929-1329.
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