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Beam-plasma interaction experiments at the UCLA Neptune Laboratory

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We are currently planning several beam-plasma interaction experiments using the high quality 16 MeV electron beam produced by the Neptune 1.625-cell photoinjector and PWT linac. The underdense (nb > n0) plasma lens experiment will examine the focusing of a 4 nC beam of 30 psec pulse duration as it passes through a thin 2 cm Ar plasma lens. We are also developing a negative R56 compressor beamline that will allow us to create ramped sub-picosecond beams of a shape well suited for driving large amplitude plasma wake fields and producing high transformer ratios. Simulations made using the 2-1/2 dimensional particle-in-cell code MAGIC indicate that we could use these ramped beams to produce fields of up to 10 GeV/m in a 1016 cm-3 plasma. Ramped beams are also suitable for driving plasma density gradient trapping experiments. When such a beam passes through a region where the plasma density drops suddenly the fast variation of the wake fields traps several pC of plasma electrons in the accelerating portion of the wake field

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Particle Accelerator Conference, 2001. PAC 2001. Proceedings of the 2001  (Volume:5 )

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2001

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