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A state of the art current-septum dipole magnet.pdfA state of the art current-septum dipole magnetTsoupas, N.; Brown, K.; Meot, F.; Pearson, C.; Pile, P.; Ptitsyn, V.; Rusek, A.4/19/2018C-A/AP/602
On the effects of detector solenoids on no in RHIC and eRHIC.pdfOn the effects of detector solenoids on no in RHIC and eRHICMeot, F.; Aschenauer, E.; Huang, H.; Webb, J.C.4/6/2018eRHIC/60
Emittance growth of accumulating proton beam in Booster due to multiple passes through the H-minus stripping foil.pdfEmittance growth of accumulating proton beam in Booster due to multiple passes through the H-minus stripping foilGardner, C. J.3/14/2018C-A/AP/600
Beam dynamics validation of the Halbach technology FFAG cell for Cornell-BNL Energy Recovery Linac.pdfBeam dynamics validation of the Halbach technology FFAG cell for Cornell-BNL Energy Recovery LinacMeot, F.; Tsoupas, N.; Brooks, S.; Trbojevic, D.1/29/2018CBETA/021
Design of a modified Halbach magnet for the CBETA Project.pdfDesign of a modified Halbach magnet for the CBETA ProjectTsoupas, N.; Berg, J.S.; Brooks, S.; Mahler, G.; Meot, F.; Peggs, S.; Ptitsyn, V.; Roser, T.; Trabocchi, S.; Trbojevic, D.; Tuozzolo, J.; Burke, D.C.; Crittenden, J.A.; Mayes, C.E.1/8/2018CBETA/020
Wake loss and energy spread factor of the LEReC Booster cavity caused by short range wake field.pdfWake loss and energy spread factor of the LEReC Booster cavity caused by short range wake fieldXiao, B.P.; Blaskiewicz, M.; Fedotov, A.; Xin, T.1/8/2018C-A/AP/598
Comparing the effect on the AGS longitudinal emittance of gold ions fromthe BtA stripping foil.pdfComparing the effect on the AGS longitudinal emittance of gold ions fromthe BtA stripping foilZeno, K.12/18/2017C-A/AP/596
Finalized configuration of magnetic shielding for LERec Cooling Section.pdfFinalized configuration of magnetic shielding for LERec Cooling SectionSeletskiy, S.; DeMonte, V.; Di Lieto, A.; Fedotov, A.; Mahler, G.; McIntyre, G.; Tuozzolo, J.; Weiss, D.11/20/2017C-A/AP/595
Measurement procedure for CBETA Halbach Magnets.pdfMeasurement procedure for CBETA Halbach MagnetsBrooks, S.11/8/2017CBETA/019
Polarized e-bunch acceleration at Cornell RCS. Tentative tracking simulations.pdfPolarized e-bunch acceleration at Cornell RCS. Tentative tracking simulationsMeot, F.; Ptitsyn, V.; Ranjbar, V.; Rubin, D.10/19/2017eRHIC/57
An overview of Booster and AGS polarized proton operations during Run 17.pdfAn overview of Booster and AGS polarized proton operations during Run 17Zeno, K.10/11/2017C-A/AP/594
Luminosity geometric reduction factor from colliding bunches with different lengths.pdfLuminosity geometric reduction factor from colliding bunches with different lengthsVerdu-Andres, S.9/29/2017eRHIC/58
Re-visiting RHIC snakes OPERA fields n0 dance.pdfRe-visiting RHIC snakes OPERA fields n0 danceMeot, F.; Gupta, R.; Huang, H.; Ranjbar, V.; Robert-Demolaize, G.9/22/2017C-A/AP/590
Intrinsic resonances and AC-dipole simulation of 3He in the AGS-Booster.pdfIntrinsic resonances and AC-dipole simulation of 3He in the AGS-BoosterHock, K.; Meot, F.; Huang, H.; Tsoupas, N.9/13/2017C-A/AP/597
Minimization of spin tune spread by matching dispersion prime at RHIC.pdfMinimization of spin tune spread by matching dispersion prime at RHICLiu, C.; Kewisch, J.; Huang, H.8/31/2017C-A/AP/593
SRF cavity testing using a FPGA Self Excited Loop.pdfSRF cavity testing using a FPGA Self Excited LoopBen-Zvi, I.8/30/2017C-A/AP/591
The use of BMAD in simulating transverse and longitudinal dynamics in RHIC.pdfThe use of BMAD in simulating transverse and longitudinal dynamics in RHICLovelace III, Henry8/28/2017C-A/AP/592
RHIC spin flipper, fast sweep efficiency simulations.pdfRHIC spin flipper, fast sweep efficiency simulationsMeot, F.; Huang, H.; Kewisch, J.; Oddo, P.; Robert-Demolaize, G.; Roser, T.8/8/2017C-A/AP/589
Description of CBETA magnet tuning wire holders.pdfDescription of CBETA magnet tuning wire holdersBrooks, S.7/19/2017CBETA/018
Simulation of turn-by-turn passage of protons through the H-minus stripping foil base.pdfSimulation of turn-by-turn passage of protons through the H-minus stripping foil baseGardner, C. J.7/6/2017C-A/AP/588
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