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Automatic beam tuning at GANIL

Abstract : The GANIL facility consists of three successive cyclotrons. The tuning of these cyclotrons and of the transfer beam lines is achieved in about 24 hours. Reducing this setting time would enable to increase the time allocated to physics experiments. New tools are realized for automatic beam tuning. These tools are expected to make the tuning easier, shorter and more reproducible.
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A. Savalle, P. Gillette, E. Lemaitre, E. Lécorché, C. Leboucher, et al.. Automatic beam tuning at GANIL. International conference on cyclotrons and their applications 15, Jun 1998, Caen, France. pp.560-563. ⟨in2p3-00021793⟩

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