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Recent developments for beam intensity increase operation

Abstract : The aim of the beam intensity increase operation (THI project) is to multiply the present intensities for lightest ions by a factor of fifteen in order to reach maximum power of six kilowatts [1]. The main objective is the production of large amounts of rare isotopes, either with SISSI (device intended for producing radioactive beams), or with SPIRAL (production and acceleration of radioactive ion beams). As part of this THI project, new developments have been required such as spiral scanners, for beanl profile measurements, and safety system to protect equipments against beam losses. Other developments are being carried on to improve the high intensity beam operation.
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T. André, P. Anger, J.L. Baelde, R. Baumgarten, C. Doutressoulles, et al.. Recent developments for beam intensity increase operation. 15th International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications, Jun 1998, Caen, France. pp.290-292. ⟨in2p3-00021786⟩



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