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Transport of Intense Ion Beams

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3 Author(s)
Lambertson, G. ; Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory University of California Berkeley, Calfornia 94720 ; Laslett, L.J. ; Smith, L.

The possibility of using intense bursts of heavy ions to initiate an inertially confined fusion reaction has stimulated interest in the transport of intense unneutralized heavy ion beams by quadrupole or solenoid systems. We have examined this problem in somne detail, using numerical integration of the coupled envelope equations for the quadrupole case. The general relations which emerge are used to develop examples of high energy transport systems and as a basis for discussing the limitations imposed by a transport system on achievable intensities for initial acceleration.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 3 )