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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on

Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission


Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on

All aspects of the theory and applications of nuclear science and engineering, including instrumentation for the detection and measurement of ionizing radiation; particle accelerators and their controls; nuclear medicine and its application; effects of radiation on materials, components, and systems; reactor instrumentation and controls; and measurement of radiation in space.


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The study, development, improvement, and promotion of techniques for preparing, organizing for use, processing, editing, collecting, conserving, and disseminating any form of information in the electrical and electronics fields.



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Addendum

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1966

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The potential of the radiation effects investigations on the accelerator facilities at Gatchina

1999 Fifth European Conference on Radiation and Its Effects on Components and Systems. RADECS 99 (Cat. No.99TH8471), 1999

The accelerator facilities at Gatchina which are used both for the basic physics purposes and for investigation of the radiation effects are described. The beam parameters and diagnostic methods for 1 GeV synchrocyclotron, 14 MeV neutron generator and 1.8 MeV electrostatic accelerator are presented.


Extraction Studies for the Modified Nevis Synchrocyclotron

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1969

Computer studies of a regenerative beam extraction system using magnetic peeler-regenerator have been performed. We have also investigated the use of a time varying first harmonic magnetic bump as a beam stretcher. The results indicate, that we can expect a turn separation of the order of 0.8 in. at the mouth of the magnetic channel. The time varying bump makes ...


Regenerative Beam Extraction for the Berkeley 88-Inch Cyclotron

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1966

The electro-static regenerative beam extraction system for the Berkeley 88" cyclotron is described. Results of the orbit studies using the modified general orbit code are shown. The design features of the regenerator with a 3 section electro-static deflector are given. The results obtained from the machine tests are summarized.


Excitation of Radial Oscillations in the Beam of the Synchrocyclotron by the Peripheral Cee

IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1965

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  • Addendum

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  • The potential of the radiation effects investigations on the accelerator facilities at Gatchina

    The accelerator facilities at Gatchina which are used both for the basic physics purposes and for investigation of the radiation effects are described. The beam parameters and diagnostic methods for 1 GeV synchrocyclotron, 14 MeV neutron generator and 1.8 MeV electrostatic accelerator are presented.

  • Extraction Studies for the Modified Nevis Synchrocyclotron

    Computer studies of a regenerative beam extraction system using magnetic peeler-regenerator have been performed. We have also investigated the use of a time varying first harmonic magnetic bump as a beam stretcher. The results indicate, that we can expect a turn separation of the order of 0.8 in. at the mouth of the magnetic channel. The time varying bump makes it possible to stretch the external beam over most of the RF-off time of the acceleration cycle. For the, magnetic channel, a current configuration has been found which does not perturb the main cyclotron field outside itself and reduces the field by 4 kG inside the channel. The step from no field to full field is only 0.2 in. This 4 kG field extending over a distance of 20-in. is sufficient to lead the beam out of the machine.

  • Regenerative Beam Extraction for the Berkeley 88-Inch Cyclotron

    The electro-static regenerative beam extraction system for the Berkeley 88" cyclotron is described. Results of the orbit studies using the modified general orbit code are shown. The design features of the regenerator with a 3 section electro-static deflector are given. The results obtained from the machine tests are summarized.

  • Excitation of Radial Oscillations in the Beam of the Synchrocyclotron by the Peripheral Cee

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  • The Status Report of the LNPI 1 GeV Synchrocyclotron

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  • 184-inch synchrocyclotron decommissioning

    Decommissioning work on the 184-inch Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory synchrocyclotron included relocation of Van de Graaff and biomedical programs, radiation measurements, planning, estimate preparation, tooling design and procurement, scheduling, shipping arrangements, rigging studies, obtaining of permits, waste disposal coordination, and cleanup. Descriptions of the disassembly, electrical and radiation safety, and waste are given. It is concluded that the decommissioning has been done safely, on budget, and on schedule.<<ETX>>

  • Beam Stacking and Long Burst Operation in Synchrocyclotrons

    It is shown that particles filling an RF bucket in a synchrocyclotron can be stacked with a minimum energy spread if the acceleration voltage and frequency are suitably matched. Beam stretching systems of accelerative and non- accelerative type are examined and their performance with regard to duty- cycles, efficiencies and energy resolution is compared.

  • Use of USSR Proton Accelerators for Medical Purposes

    Proton beams of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (LNP, JINR) Dubna synchrocyclotron and of the proton synchrotron of the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP) Moscow have been used for medical and biological purposes since 1967. 58 patients in JINR and 163 in ITEP with various types of malignant tumors have been treated. Results of clinical research showed that use of high energy protons for treatment of malignant tumors is quite expedient and may serve as a good approach developing better means for irradiation in oncological therapy. Proposals for proton and meson beams at the JINR high intensity phasotron and for proton beams at the ITEP medical and biological center are discussed. The ITEP center will consist of 4 cabins for therapy and 2 cabins for radiobiological research, which will permit to treat ~ 100 patients per day.

  • First Studies of the External Beam from the Orsay S.C. 200 MeV

    The first measurements on the external beams of the Orsay 200 MeV proton Synchrocyclotron are presented. A brief description of the different beam lines and a survey of the monitoring and control probes are given. Special attention is given to a new step-by-step motor driven beam scanner which leads to 0.1 mm resolution in the beam position. First crude estimation of vertical emittance is given. Preliminary physical experimental results and future measurement plans are presented.



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