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The SISSI project: an intense secondary ion source using superconducting solenoid lenses

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In order to make a better use of the higher beam intensities soon available at GANIL, a proposal called SISSI was presented in 1989. It consists of a set of two superconducting solenoid lenses of very short focal length (0.6 m). The fist solenoid is used to sharply focus the incoming beam on a fast moving target. The second increases the angular acceptance of the beam line downstream the target for charged reaction products. Calculations show that from a 0.4-mm-diameter beam spot on the target, an acceptance angle of up to 80 mrad will be reached without significant emittance growth due to aberration effects. Technical aspects of that project are presented.<>

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Particle Accelerator Conference, 1991. Accelerator Science and Technology., Conference Record of the 1991 IEEE

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6-9 May 1991

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