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Neutrino Factory/Muon Collider Document 48-v1

Stability Issues of Low-Energy Intense Beams

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Abstract:
Stability Issues of Low-Energy Intense Beams

K.Y. Ng and A.V. Burov

Some stability issues of low-energy intense beams are discussed. These
include inductor tuners for the cancellation of the longitudinal space-charge
induced potential-well distortion and their consequences, transient
beamloading and possible feed-forward alleviation, coherent and incoherent
transverse tune shifts, as well as the impact of transverse space charge on
transverse mode-coupling instability.

Fermilab Note FN-685
Submitted to Proceedings of the Workshop on Stabilities of Intense Hadron
beams in Rings, BNL, Jun 28-July 1,1999

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Proceedings of Workshop on Instabilities of High Intensity Hadron Beams in Rings, BNL, June 28-July 1, 1999.Fermilab Report FN-685
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