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Pseudo-Realistic GEANT4 Simulation of a 44/88 MHz Cooling Channel for the Neutrino Factory

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John Urish
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John Urish
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10 Dec 2001, 12:00
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10 Dec 2001, 12:00
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A muon cooling channel design for a neutrino factory, based on low frequency
44/88 MHz r.f. technology, has been recently developed at CERN.
This scheme is an interesting alternative to the options developed in the US,
based on 201 MHz r.f. systems, as well as a candidate for the International
Muon Cooling Exeriment. We designed and simulated a pseudo-realistic version
of the three sections of the CERN cooling channel. We verified that the
GEANT4 and PATH simulations of the hard-edge version of the 44 MHz section
give consistent results. We studied the performance of the pseudo-realistic
44 MHz section and suggested modifications/improvements to the current design.

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Summary of the study on the 44/88 MHz channel option presented at CERN (10/01)
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