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High intensity driver accelerators for EURISOL

Abstract : This paper describes briefly the result of the work done by the Driver Accelerator Task Group of the EURISOL RTD project. Accelerator experts from the laboratories participating in this study, namely CEA-Saclay, CERN, GANIL, INFN-Legnaro, IPN-Orsay, have elaborated different technical solutions during the period 2000-2001, following the recommendations for specifications of the EURISOL Steering committee. The main conclusion of the study is that the EURISOL baseline driver accelerator should be a 1-GeV, 5-MW CW proton facility, with a possible upgrade to 2 GeV. A cheaper "back-up" solution, based on a high-intensity electron driver for photofission, is also discussed.
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J.L. Biarrotte, T. Junquera, A.C. Mueller, J. Cornell, A. Pisent, et al.. High intensity driver accelerators for EURISOL. European Particle Accelerator Conference : a Europhysics Conference 8 EPAC 2002, Jun 2002, Paris, France. pp.1007-1009. ⟨in2p3-00014048⟩



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