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Design Study of the Intermediate Energy Particle Accelerator Complex

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9 Author(s)
I. Miura ; Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan ; T. Yamazaki ; A. Shimizu ; M. Inoue
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An intermediate energy particle accelerator complex has been proposed as a new accelerator facility of RCNP. This variable energy accelerator complex covers a wide energy range above the present RCNP cyclotron and accelerates ions from proton through uranium with high intensity and good beam quality. Protons of 550 MeV are available for a meson factory. The main accelerator is divided into two cascade ring cyclotrons. An ordinary AVF cyclotron and a Wideröe type variable frequency linac will be used as light ion and heavy ion injector, respectively. A 1/3.5 scale model of the 1st ring magnet and a 1/10 scale model of variable frequency single gap acceleration cavities are being studied.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 3 )