Specific cyclotron correlations under space charge effects in the case of a spherical beam

Bertrand, P.; Ricaud, Ch.
December 2001
AIP Conference Proceedings;2001, Vol. 600 Issue 1, p379
Conference Proceeding
High intensity primary ion beams at GANIL are necessary to induce high radioactive production rates in the frame of the SPIRAL project. In this paper, we show that an intense beam can be tuned at injection in a cyclotron so as to result in a spatially spherical beam in the machine, with a reduced halo formation.


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