Wang Yiwei1; Schulte Daniel2; Gao Jie1
Source Publicationchinesephysicsc
AbstractThe Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) is a future e~+e~- linear collider. The CLIC study concentrated on a design of center-of-mass energy of 3 TeV and demonstrated the feasibility of the technology. However, the physics also demands lower energy collision. To satisfy this, CLIC can be built in stages. The actual stages will depend on LHC results. Some specific scenarios of staged constructions have been shown in CLIC Concept Design Report (CDR). In this paper, we concentrate on the main linac lattice design for E_(cm)=l TeV CLIC aiming to upgrade from E_(cm)=500 GeV CLIC and then to E_(cm)=3 TeV one. This main linac accelerates the electron or positron beam from 9 GeV to 500 GeV. A primary lattice design based on the 3 TeV CLIC main linac design and its optimization based on the beam dynamics study will be presented. As we use the same design principles as 3TeV CLIC main linac, this optimization is basically identical to the 3 TeV one. All the simulations results are obtained using the tracking code PLACET.
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Wang Yiwei,Schulte Daniel,Gao Jie. mainlinaclatticedesignandoptimizationforecm1tevclic[J]. chinesephysicsc,2014,38(6):67009.
APA Wang Yiwei,Schulte Daniel,&Gao Jie.(2014).mainlinaclatticedesignandoptimizationforecm1tevclic.chinesephysicsc,38(6),67009.
MLA Wang Yiwei,et al."mainlinaclatticedesignandoptimizationforecm1tevclic".chinesephysicsc 38.6(2014):67009.
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