By J. B. Adams, M. Peter (auth.), W. S. Newman (eds.)
The convention timetable needed to be so prepared as to unfold the most issues over a number of separate classes. It used to be for that reason determined to put up the cloth in those court cases below 9 topic headings, regardless of consultation. inside every one bankruptcy, that's preceded via a listing of the classes that includes the topic, all papers, invited and contributed, no matter if awarded on the convention or permitted for booklet in basic terms, were prepared in a few lo gical order. The studies of the 4 Panel Discussions have been edited or summarized through the respective Moderator in session with Panel individuals. in a single example, shortened models of the Introductory Papers precede the dialogue. the place attainable, verbatim bills of the customarily vigorous exchanges were retained. The typical catalogue of high-energy acceler ators has been released individually. the continued world-wide actions in accelerator examine, witl1 its ever higher seasoned jects, are mirrored via the various contributions authorised for inclusion in those complaints, that have reached the restrict of what a unmarried quantity can manageably include, whereas making fast booklet even tougher to accomplish. all of the extra cause to increase the gratitude of all con cerned to these excited by the chain of creation: - To the authors, for his or her steered handing-in or well timed posting in their papers. thank you additionally to their secretaries who the tips for the presentation of camera-ready copy.
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The horizontal amplitude function ~ill go do~n by the same factor, making an increase in luminosity of a factor 3. We call this the "mini beta 19 scheme" ) • The next step in the middle of 1981 second harmonic rf system. It resonances and to offer an easier shall ~ay The last step is to double the rf this development ~e ~ill be the installation of a help to reduce the satellite for bunch lengthening. po~er of the main rf system. 5 GeV per beam at the beginning of 1982. 5 GeV later on. A. , The 19 GeV e+e- Storage Ring PETRA, 1979 Particle Accelerator Conference, San Francisco, IEEE Trans.
But one is a bit stronger and at the end this beam is within 2-3 damping constants down to near the initial value, During this time the other beam blows up further. The fast response of the beam means that the incoherent beam-beam effect occurs within 100 turns, without any diffusion process. Indeed A. Piwinski found in computer simulations a fast vertical blow-up that occurs also in times much shorter than the damping time under PETRA conditions but no horizontal blow up was generated 17 ). 5 m.
0"'*0 Arrows - 33 - 0 9~ r-----------~----,-----~----~ M•933 Oc:l ,79 94 92 91 0750680 ·- 90 9~0~---9~1----~9~2----~9~3~--~9~4-----9-~~0 M Fig. 8:. Beam 1ifetime measurements from synchrotron intensity. Fig. 10: Operating points in tune plane. Cross-hatched lines indicate regions of poor lifetime. 180 Fig. 9: Positron beam cross-section from synchrotron light, with vertical profile from scanner. Vertical profile is broadened in both cases by beam-beam effects. 5 rnA. - 34 - 6. MACHINE STUDIES RESULTS The goal of machine studies at CESR is to improve the performance of the accelerator as an instrument for high energy physics research.