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Introduction to Accelerator Dynamics

Introduction to Accelerator Dynamics

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Stephen Peggs, Todd Satogata
Cambridge University Press, 8/7/2017
EAN 9781107132849, ISBN10: 1107132843

Hardcover, 218 pages, 25.4 x 17.9 x 1.4 cm
Language: English

How does a particle accelerator work? The most direct and intuitive answer focuses on the dynamics of single particles as they travel through an accelerator. Particle accelerators are becoming ever more sophisticated and diverse, from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN to multi-MW linear accelerators and small medical synchrotrons. This self-contained book presents a pedagogical account of the important field of accelerator physics, which has grown rapidly since its inception in the latter half of the last century. Key topics covered include the physics of particle acceleration, collision and beam dynamics, and the engineering considerations intrinsic to the effective construction and operation of particle accelerators. By drawing direct connections between accelerator technology and the parallel development of computational capability, this book offers an accessible introduction to this exciting field at a level appropriate for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, accelerator scientists, and engineers.

Preface
1. Introduction
2. Linear motion
3. Strong focusing transverse optics
4. Longitudinal and off-momentum motion
5. Action and emittance – one particle or many?
6. Magnets
7. RF cavities
8. Linear errors and their correction
9. Sextupoles, chromaticity and the Hénon map
10. Octupoles, detuning and slow extraction
11. Synchrotron radiation – classical damping
12. Synchrotron radiation – quantum excitation
13. Linacs – protons and ions
14. Linacs – electrons
15. The beam-beam interaction and 1-D resonances
16. Routes to chaos
Appendix
selected formulae for accelerator design
References
Index.