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High power photon collimators for the ILC. / Zang, L.; Bailey, I. R.; Wolski, A.

2009. Paper presented at 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, Canada, .

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Zang, L, Bailey, IR & Wolski, A 2009, 'High power photon collimators for the ILC.', Paper presented at 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 4/05/09 - 8/05/09. <http://trshare.triumf.ca/%7Epac09proc/Proceedings/papers/mo6rfp093.pdf>

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Zang, L., Bailey, I. R., & Wolski, A. (2009). High power photon collimators for the ILC.. Paper presented at 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, Canada, . http://trshare.triumf.ca/%7Epac09proc/Proceedings/papers/mo6rfp093.pdf

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Zang L, Bailey IR, Wolski A. High power photon collimators for the ILC.. 2009. Paper presented at 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, Canada, .

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Zang, L. ; Bailey, I. R. ; Wolski, A. / High power photon collimators for the ILC. Paper presented at 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, Canada, .

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title = "High power photon collimators for the ILC.",
abstract = "An undulator-based source has been chosen as a part of the baseline configuration for the International Linear Collider (ILC) to generate an intense beam of polarised positrons. A photon collimator placed between the undulator and the target can be used to adjust the size, intensity and polarisation of the photon beam impacting the target, and can also protect the target station and limit the activation of downstream components. In this paper, we calculate quantities such as the energy deposition, temperature change, activation and dose rate for different designs of the photon collimator, and consider the advantages and disadvantages for each case.",
author = "L. Zang and Bailey, {I. R.} and A. Wolski",
year = "2009",
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language = "English",
note = "23rd Particle Accelerator Conference ; Conference date: 04-05-2009 Through 08-05-2009",

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N2 - An undulator-based source has been chosen as a part of the baseline configuration for the International Linear Collider (ILC) to generate an intense beam of polarised positrons. A photon collimator placed between the undulator and the target can be used to adjust the size, intensity and polarisation of the photon beam impacting the target, and can also protect the target station and limit the activation of downstream components. In this paper, we calculate quantities such as the energy deposition, temperature change, activation and dose rate for different designs of the photon collimator, and consider the advantages and disadvantages for each case.

AB - An undulator-based source has been chosen as a part of the baseline configuration for the International Linear Collider (ILC) to generate an intense beam of polarised positrons. A photon collimator placed between the undulator and the target can be used to adjust the size, intensity and polarisation of the photon beam impacting the target, and can also protect the target station and limit the activation of downstream components. In this paper, we calculate quantities such as the energy deposition, temperature change, activation and dose rate for different designs of the photon collimator, and consider the advantages and disadvantages for each case.

M3 - Conference paper

T2 - 23rd Particle Accelerator Conference

Y2 - 4 May 2009 through 8 May 2009

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