2 edition of **Nonlinear dynamics and particle acceleration, Tsukuba, Japan 1990** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1991**
by American Institute of Physics in New York
.

Written in English

- Particle acceleration -- Congresses.,
- Plasma (Ionized gases) -- Congresses.,
- Supercolliders -- Congresses.,
- Dynamics -- Congresses.,
- Nonlinear theories -- Congresses.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | editors, Yoshi H. Ichikawa, Toshiki Tajima. |

Series | Conference proceedings ;, no. 230, Particles and fields series ;, 45, AIP conference proceedings ;, no. 230., AIP conference proceedings., 45. |

Contributions | Ichikawa, Yoshi H., Tajima, Toshiki., Joint Institute for Fusion Theory. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC787.P3 N64 1991 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | vii, 294 p. : |

Number of Pages | 294 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1567891M |

ISBN 10 | 0883188244 |

LC Control Number | 91055348 |

Nonlinear Single-Particle Dynamics in High Energy Accelerators Part 1: Introduction Examples of nonlinear dynamics in accelerator systems Nonlinear Single-Particle Dynamics in High Energy Accelerators This course consists of eight lectures: 1. Introduction – some examples of nonlinear dynamics 2. Basic mathematical tools and concepts 3. Invited talk "Nonlinear 1D Laser Pulse Solitons for Particle Acceleration", at the Symposium on Wave Particle Interaction and Energization in Plasmas, ICTP, Trieste, Italy, Lecture Series on "Nonlinear Phenomena and Parametric Instabilities", at the Fourth SERC School on Plasma Physics, Calcutta,

Technical Report: A nonlinear particle dynamics map of wakefield acceleration in a linear collider. ELSEVIER Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A () NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS &METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Section A Numerical simulation of simultaneous acceleration of positive and negative ions in an RFQ Y. Oguri* Research Laboratory for Nuclear Reactors, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Oh-okayama 2 Meguro-ku, Tokvo, Japan Received 11 Cited by: 1.

Conference: Some nonlinear problems in the manipulation of beams. Some nonlinear problems in the manipulation of beams. Full Record; Other Related Research. In this paper, a recent development of INS-TSUKUBA joint research project on large-amplitude collective motion is summerized. The classical theory of nuclear collective dynamics formulated within the time-dependent Hartree-Fock theory is recapitulated and a decisive role of the level crossing in the single-particle dynamics on the order-to-chaos transition of collective motion is discussed in Cited by: 2.

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Nonlinear dynamics and particle acceleration, Tsukuba, Japan New York: American Institute of Physics, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Yoshi H Ichikawa; Toshiki Tajima; Joint Institute for Fusion Theory.

Nonlinear dynamics and particle acceleration, Tsukuba, Japan New York: American Institute of Physics, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

Nonlinear dynamics and particle acceleration, Tsukuba, Japan Physics of high energy particles in toroidal systems, c The physics of plasma-driven accelerators and accelerator-driven fusion: the Proceedings of Norman Rostoker Memorial Symposium:. Particle Accelerator Physics II continues the discussion of particle accelerator physics beyond the introductory Particle Accelerator Physics at students and scientists who plan to work or are working in the field of accelerator physics.

Basic principles of beam dynamics already discussed in Vol.I are expanded into the nonlinear regime in order to tackle fundamental problems. This book is aimed at students and scientists who are interested in an introduction to particle-beam optics and accelerator physics. It provides a general understanding of particle-beam physics and forms a broad basis for further, more detailed studies of nonlinear beam dynamics and associated accelerator physics problems to be discussed in a subsequent : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

prl, ahmedabad high energy physics books nonlinear dynamics & the beam-beam interaction collaboration on advanced neutronsources held in tsukuba, japan in v1 () mis b 39 misawa m ed. The series Particle Acceleration and Detection is devoted to monograph texts dealing with all aspects of particle acceleration and detection research and advanced teaching.

The scope also includes topics such as beam physics and instrumentation as well as applications. Presentations should strongly emphasize the underlying. prl, ahmedabad high energy physics books nonlinear dynamics & the beam-beam interaction proceedings of aip conference held at brookhaven national lab in (aip conf procs no 57).

tsukuba, japan in v2. () mis. Advanced Course for Nonlinear Dynamics: 2: Particle motions in nonlinear fields created by magnets and beam are studied mainly by analytical methods. Nonlinear phenomena of beams such as hysteresis and catastrophe are also covered. Analysis of Electromagnetic Field of Beams: 2.

The adiabatic theory of particle acceleration in a relativistic longitudinal plasma wave of fixed phase velocity is developed. The trapping condition for a low energy particle is found to be more severe than the trapping condition previously obtained for a constant amplitude wave.

Intermediate energy particles that are trapped in the wave experience the beam splitting and the beam heating Cited by: Chair: D.

Cai (Tsukuba U., Japan) Y. Omura (Kyoto U., Japan): Linear properties and nonlinear evolutions of Buneman instability Y. Matsumoto (Nagoya U., Japan): Full particle simulation of the turbulent plasma mixing and transport by Kelvin-Helmholtz instability.

Non-linear dynamics. in particle accelerators. Yannis PAPAPHILIPPOU Accelerator and Beam Physics group Beams Department CERN" (). It can be generalized for any non-linear element!.

It imposes negative drifts. c 1d 2(d 1 + c 2 2)= 1 24 c 2 4 + d 1 2 +2 1 2c 1 = 1 6 c 1d 2(1+ c 2)= 1 6 d 1 = d 4 = 1. This derivation makes clear the physics of wave-particle interaction, and answers many question raised by the Vlasovian approach.

In particular, Landau damping turns out to be a non-resonant nonlinear phenomenon of synchronization of particles with a by: 5. Particle Accelerator Physics is designed to serve as an introduction to the field of high-energy particle accelerator physics and particle-beam dynamics.

It covers the dynamics of relativistic particle beams, basics of particle guidance and focusing, lattice design, characteristics of beam transport systems and circular accelerators. RF voltage modulation at discrete frequencies, for application to proton extraction using crystal channeling U.

S.-Japan Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and. Particle Acceleration, Tsukuba. Such motion can be treated by the nonlinear dynamics of single particle. With increasing beam intensity, collective motion emerges as listed in the followings. While beam intensity remains weak in the accelerator, the particles of beam move independently each other under the Lorentz force of external electromagnetic field produced by the.

Improving regular acceleration in the nonlinear interaction of particles and waves R. Pakter and G. Corso lnstituto de Ffsica-Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sui, Caixa PostalPorto Alegre, RS, Brazil (Received 13 February ; accepted 27 July ).

Japan Tsukuba. The combined PTC-ORBIT code was developed a few years ago to study the dynamics of high intensity proton beams in synchrotrons. Abstract. The concept of a synchrotron employing induction acceleration devices is described [1]. The concept becomes more clear when one contrasts the Induction Synchrotron with an RF synchrotron, which has been employed in all high-energy circular accelerators since being independently invented by McMillan [2] and Veksler [3].

In the Induction Synchrotron, the accelerating. Future of Particle Physics, Snowmass Village, CO, July, Betatron Motion with Coupling of Horizontal and Vertical Degrees of Freedom, Snowmass ,Future of Particle Physics, Snowmass Village, CO, July, Recirculating Linac Muon Accelerator for Neutrino Factory, S.A.

Bogacz, NuFACT’01 International Workshop, Tsukuba, Japan, May. CERN and the US Particle Accelerator Schools.

Each school is dedicated to a particular Particle Accelerator topic addressing status and ongoing developments within that theme. The first five schools were: Nonlinear Dynamics, Santa Margherita di Pula, Sardinia, Italy, New Acceleration Methods and Techniques, South Padre Island, USA, This two-volume book serves as a thorough introduction to the field of high-energy particle accelerator physics and beam dynamics.

Volume 1 provides a general understanding of the field and a firm basis for the study of the more elaborate topic, mainly nonlinear and higher-order beam dynamics, which is the subject of Volume 2.This two-volume book serves as a thorough introduction to the field of high-energy particle accelerator physics and beam dynamics.

Volume 1 provides a general understanding of the field and a firm basis for the study of the more elaborate topic, mainly nonlinear and higher-order beam dynamics, which is the subject of Volume : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.