John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science Lecture Series

Luminosity recovery is one of the major challenges of the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) design. Consequently, the work on CLIC stabilisation, in particular on CLIC Drive Beam longitudinal phase stabilisation, is one of the main areas of CLIC research and development efforts.

The talk introduces the elements of the CLIC design crucial for CLIC stability and describes the methodology used for the CLIC Drive Beam propagation studies. It summarises the results of the simulation studies of the Drive Beam propagation and presents the conclusions about the beam error tolerances without stabilisation system as well as with feedback and feed-forward stabilisation systems. It also summarises the phase measurements performed at the CLIC Test Facility (CTF3), and depicts the analysis of the errors sources. Finally, it presents a prediction of the effect of the proposed phase stabilisation system for CTF3 in development at JAI.

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John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science Lecture Series

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The John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science (adams-institute.ac.uk) is a centre of excellence in the UK for advanced and novel accelerator technology, providing expertise, research, development and training in accelerator techniques, and…


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The John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science (adams-institute.ac.uk) is a centre of excellence in the UK for advanced and novel accelerator technology, providing expertise, research, development and training in accelerator techniques, and promoting advanced accelerator applications in science and society.

The John Adams Institute is based at the University of Oxford, Royal Holloway University of London and Imperial College. We have a vibrant programme of academic lectures in accelerator science, aimed both at academics and graduate students, with the aim of keeping abreast of the latest developments in Accelerator Science.

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