TITLE

Preservation of Ultra Low Emittances Using Adiabatic Matching in Future Plasma Wakefield-based Colliders

AUTHOR(S)
Gholizadeh, Reza; Katsouleas, Tom; Muggli, Patric; Mori, Warren
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
AIP Conference Proceedings;1/22/2008, Vol. 1086 Issue 1, p575
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Plasma Wakefield Accelerator is a promising technique to lower the cost of the future high energy colliders by offering orders of magnitude higher gradients than the conventional accelerators. It has been shown that ion motion is an important issue to account for in the extreme regime of ultra high energies and ultra low emittances, characteristics of future high energy collider beams. In this regime, the transverse electric field of the beam is so high that in simulations, the plasma ions cannot be considered immobile at the time scale of electron plasma oscillation, thereby leading to a nonlinear focusing force. Therefore, the transverse emittance of a beam will not be preserved under these circumstances. However, we show that matched profile in case of a nonlinear focusing force still exists and can be derived from Vlasov equation. Furthermore, we introduce a plasma section that can reduce the emittance growth by adiabatically reducing the ion mass and hence increasing the nonlinear term in the focusing force. Simulation results are presented.
ACCESSION #
36258964

 

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