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Radioactive beam diagnostics status and development at the SPIRAL facility

Abstract : In 2001 the first radioactive beam will be accelerated in the CIME cyclotron of the SPIRAL project at GANIL. In order to be able to tune such low intensity beams in the cyclotron (down to few particles per second), a silicon and a scintillator detectors are mounted on probes. They measure the beam energy and the beam phase/RF in the cyclotron as a function of the radius. Such fragile diagnostics are meant to be used routinely from the control room by non-specialists in instrumentation and in presence of various beam intensities. Therefore, a program is developed to control and secure the acquisition procedure, the measurements and the isochronism correction. Additional detectors are installed at a fixed position in the ejection line before the experimental areas. Additionally, a diamond detector is foreseen to be installed in the machine to be tested in order to ease the CIME operation.
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F. Chautard, J.L. Baelde, F. Bucaille, P. Duneau, C. Galard, et al.. Radioactive beam diagnostics status and development at the SPIRAL facility. 16th International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications, May 2001, East Lansing, United States. pp.370-372, ⟨10.1063/1.1435279⟩. ⟨in2p3-00010968⟩



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