The high power target system for SISSI, an intense source of secondary ions

Abstract : In order to increase the collection efficiency of radioactive isotopes produced by the GANIL heavy ion beams impinging onto thick targets, a device named SISSi was designed to focus these beams on a 0.4 mm diameter spot. In view of the upcoming modification of the accelerator which will boost the beam intensities by a factor of 15, as well as for the present situation, a target had to be designed to reliably dissipate the high power deposited by the heavy ions on such a small area. The magnetic and cryogenic environment, along with the radiation and safety problems, were severe constraints in the design described below. Preliminary experimental results are given.
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E. Baron, J. Gillet, M. Ozille. The high power target system for SISSI, an intense source of secondary ions. 17th World Conference of the International Nuclear Target Development Society, Oct 1994, Bloomington, United States. 362, pp.90-93, 1995, <10.1016/0168-9002(95)00308-8>. <in2p3-00648565>

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