IPAC 2020 JLEIC Related Presentations and Posters

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  1. Update on the JLEIC Accelerator Design
    JLEIC accelerator collaboration
  2. Update on the Electron Beam Design in the JLEIC Figure-8 Ring
    Fanglei Lin*, Jiquan Guo, Vasiliy Morozov, Marcy Stutzman, Mark Wiseman and Yuhong Zhang
  3. Preservation of a high polarization by a continuous injection in the JLEIC electron collider ring
    Fanglei Lin*, Fanglei Lin, Desmond Barber, Slava Derbenev, Jiquan Guo, Vasiliy Morozov, Yuhong Zhang
  4. Beam Dynamics in A Two Energy Storage Ring Cooler
    Fanglei Lin*, Yaroslav Derbenev, Bhawin Dhital, Geoffery Krafft, Vasiliy Morozov and Yuhong Zhang
  5. A High-energy DC Electron Cooler for Staged Beam Cooling in JLEIC
    Max Bruker*, Steve Benson, Yaroslav Derbenev, Robert Rimmer and Yuhong Zhang

    Attaining the design luminosity of the Jefferson Lab Electron-Ion Collider (JLEIC) requires beam cooling both during beam preparation and collision. During collision runs, the high-energy booster accumulates and stores a new, separate beam that can quickly replace the beam in the ion collider ring when needed. While the ion collider ring will include a bunched-beam high-energy cooler, the time overhead caused by injecting a new beam has to be minimized by pre-cooling the beam in the booster, leveraging the performance of conventional DC electron cooling technology to the full extent possible.

    The energy dependence of the cooling rate, intra-beam scattering, and space-charge tune shift results in different trade-offs depending on the choice of energy ramp and bunch parameters in the booster. We show the feasibility of the staged cooling approach with cooling simulations for different beam transport scenarios. Because of the relatively high energy equaling or surpassing that of the Fermilab recycler cooler, the design options pertaining to high voltage, magnetization, and beam optics have to be evaluated carefully. We present the current state of our design effort.

  6. Simulation of the Sweeping Effect in Electron Cooling
    H. Zhang*, Ya. Derbenev, Y. Zhang, S. Benson
  7. Experimental and Simulation Studies of Cooling of A Bunched Ion Beam by a Bunched Electron Beam
    Y. Zhang*, S. Benson, M. Bruker, C. Grenoble, A. Hutton, K. Jordan, T. Powers, R. Rimmer, A. Sy, H. Wang, S. Wang, H. Zhang, L. J. Mao, H. Zhao, M. T. Tang, J. Li, X. M. Ma, X. D. Yang, J. C. Yang, H. W. Zhao
  8. Numerical Study on Luminosity and Reduction Calculation with Crib Crossing
    He Huang*, Vasiliy Morozov, Amy Sy, Fanglei Lin and Yuhong Zhang
    H. Huang*, V.S. Morozov, F. Lin, Y. Zhang, Ya.S. Derbenev, A.M. Kondratenko, M.A. Kondratenko, Yu.N. Filatov, P. Adams, H.X. Huang, F. Méot, V. Ptitsyn, W. Schmidke,
  10. Estimates of intrabeam stripping of H- ions in the JLEIC ion linac with PyORBIT
    Amy Sy
  11. Stripping chicane design for the JLEIC ion linac JLEIC ion linac optimization in TRACK
    Amy Sy