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Re-optimization of the final focus system optics with vertical chromaticity correction

Abstract : The purpose of the final focus (FF) system of the future linear collider (ILC and CLIC) is to demagnify the beam to the required size at the IP. This can be done in a compact way based on a local chromaticity correction. Two important issues are beam-beam induced radiation effects and the optical correction strategy to mitigate static and dynamic imperfections. For a small enough beam energy spread, we investigate the possibility to get a smaller vertical beam size, at the expense of a larger horizontal beam size, by re-optimising the final focus optics with chromatic correction mainly in the vertical plane. Firstly, we track the beam with MAD-X, with and without chromaticity correction, to estimate the optimum betax and betay values by rematching the linear optics, and cross-check and improve the rematching procedure with MAPCLASS. Then, we study the original design and an alternative simplified optical system, using a set of enlarged betax values, and optimize the sextupoles as a function of betay to minimize the vertical beam size for different assumptions on the energy spread. The France China Particle Physics Laboratory (FCPPL) and The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC, Project 11175192
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Y. Wang, P. Bambade, J. Gao. Re-optimization of the final focus system optics with vertical chromaticity correction. IPAC 13 - 4th International Particle Accelerator Conference, May 2013, Shanghai, China. Joint Accelerator Conferences Website, pp.1622-1624, 2013. ⟨in2p3-00819828⟩



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