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Implementation of depolarization due to beam-beam effects in the beam-beam Interaction simulation tool GUINEA-PIG++

Abstract : Depolarization is a new feature in the beam-beam simulation tool GUINEA-PIG++ (GP++). The results of this simulation are studied and compared with the other beam-beam simulation, CAIN, for the different options of the ILC at 500 GeV.
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Cécile Rimbault, G. Le Meur, F. Blampuy, P. Bambade, D. Schulte. Implementation of depolarization due to beam-beam effects in the beam-beam Interaction simulation tool GUINEA-PIG++. 2009, pp.1-10. ⟨in2p3-00374412⟩

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