ATF: Accelerator Talks
- Nikolai Lobanov (ANU)
A prototype X-ray Beam Position Monitor (XBPM) has been developed and tested at the Australian Synchrotron. This talk will outline the design consideration, fabrication and initial results for the XBPM. A review of the lessons learned and changes being made of the second iteration will be presented.
Describes the plant and the concerns with age.
Actions underway to mitigate the risks.
To support growing interest of the use of high energy electrons (40-200 MeV) for detector and medical therapy investigations, we are developing an electron extraction line at the end of the Australian Synchrotron's 100 MeV linear accelerator. While it is within a shielded area, it is desirable to reduce as much as possible the scattered radiation from the beam dump. We have investigated the...
The Centre for Accelerator Science (CAS) operate four tandem accelerators featuring 3 different charging and terminal potential stabilising systems. This presentation is a discussion about the current methods used to stabilise the terminal potential and inviting other delegates to contribute their knowledge surrounding the limitations of the existing systems and discuss some ideas that might...
The 14 UD will soon receive new Column Posts. We will move to a new low stress assembly technique.
As part of the development of the University of Melbourne X-band Laboratory for Accelerators and Beams (X-LAB) we have been advancing the conceptual design and simulations of a compact low emittance beamline to be based in the newly re-developed beam hall.
Proposed applications of the beamline include radiation dosimetry, as well as the electron source for an Inverse Compton Scattering (ICS)...