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Experience with high intensity operation of the GANIL facility

Abstract : The GANIL three stage accelerator facility is being upgraded to higher beam intensities for light projectiles (C to Ar). in view of the production and acceleration of radioactive ion beams by the SPIRAL complex. intensities of the order of I to 2x10l3 pps are anticipated at the maximum energy of 95 MeV/u. The status of the upgrading program is summarised and details on the hardware and software additions and modifications are given. At the SSCI ejection energy. the design goal could be reached. As for SSC2, several factors are presently limiting the output current to 5x1012 pps. Operational experience and solutions to reach the design goal are reported.
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E. Baron, J.L. Baelde, C. Berthe, D. Bibet, A. Chabert, et al.. Experience with high intensity operation of the GANIL facility. 15th International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications, Jun 1998, Caen, France. pp.385-388. ⟨in2p3-00021790⟩



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