26-27 March 2020
Budker INP
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Type: Oral presentation Track: WG5: Accelerator and its related technologies for hadron (neutron) science
D-BNCT is a linac-based BNCT facility in CSNS campus at Dongguan, China. The neutrons are generated from a Lithium target bombarded by a proton beam from an intense beam RFQ linac. It can provide beam power more than 35kW on a solid lithium target for providing an epithermal neutron flux of 1E9 n/cm^2/s for various researches on BNCT. The D-BNCT neutron source has completed its construction and th ... More
Presented by Shinian FU
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG1: Accelerator and its related technologies for photon science
A 3.5 T superconducting multipole wiggler (SMPW) was designed, fabricated and measured at the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC, Taiwan). The magnet was installed and operated in the Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI, Thailand). The design concept of the SMPW improves on the operating experience of the superconducting magnet in NSRRC. The field strength could be genera ... More
Presented by Dr. Jyh-Chyuan JAN
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG5: Accelerator and its related technologies for hadron (neutron) science
Diagnostics is proposed and developed for measuring the efficiency of stripping a beam of negative ions in a gas stripper of tandem type charged particle accelerator. The coefficient of ion-electron emission during the bombardment of copper by 1 MeV protons was measured. A bending magnet with a horizontal channel was installed which made it possible to place the Faraday cup and absorb a flux of ne ... More
Presented by Mr. Kolesnikov IAROSLAV
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG5: Accelerator and its related technologies for hadron (neutron) science
In the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics the accelerating epithermal neutron source was proposed and designed [1] to the development of the perspective cancer treatment, which is the Boron Neutron Capture Therapy. The principal unit of the assembly is the neutron generating target. The target was irradiated by the proton beam with various energy values from dozens of keV to 2 MeV. Moreover, the ... More
Presented by Ms. Evgeniia SOKOLOVA
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG4: Innovative accelerator techniques
The acceleration gradient of a solid-state accelerator is limited by the damage field to the structure material. A dielectric is therefore the choice of material for an accelerator operating at the optical frequencies. A dielectric laser accelerator has the potential of stable high-gradient electron acceleration over a long distance. Owing to the much shorter drive wavelength, a dielectric laser a ... More
Presented by Prof. Yen-Chieh HUANG
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG3: Accelerator technologies for industrial & medical applications
ILU type industrial accelerators are RF pulse accelerators with energy range from 0.8 to 10 MeV. First of these accelerators where designed 1970’s. But market development requires continuous modernization of accelerators. Great prospects for the use of accelerators in industry are provided by a new market - food irradiation. The report describes accelerator upgrades associated with food irradiat ... More
Presented by Dr. Aleksandr BRYAZGIN
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG7: Cryogenics, cryomodule and superconducting technology for accelerators
Center for Applied Superconducting Accelerators(CASA) was established at KEK to develop and promote the use of superconducting accelerator. The compact Energy Recoverry Linac (cERL) is one of the accelerators operated by CASA. The cERL can generate CW beam. Superconducting technology is very suitable to obtain high energy CW beams. cERL is a system that uses 1.3GHz superconducting cavities ope ... More
Presented by Dr. Kota NAKANISHI
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG4: Innovative accelerator techniques
Studying plasma acceleration techniques highly relies on numerical simulation. Since general PIC simulations are computationally demanding, the development of various simplifying models is necessary for an optimal study of the phenomenon. We have implemented the algorithm for taking into account self-trapping of plasma electrons in the quasistatic code LCODE. The parameters of the laser pulse have ... More
Presented by Mr. Petr TUEV
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG4: Innovative accelerator techniques
In recent decades, particle-in-cell simulations have become an integral part of researches in the field of thermonuclear fusion, plasma based accelerators and astrophysics. Due to the high resource consumption of this method, simulations are often carried out under the simplified conditions, such as infinite plasma or moving frame. However, the statement of the problem in which a beam of charged p ... More
Presented by Mr. Vladimir ANNENKOV
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG7: Cryogenics, cryomodule and superconducting technology for accelerators
Two light sources, the Taiwan Light Source (TLS) and the Taiwan Photon Source (TPS), are operated concurrently at NSRRC to service its synchrotron radiation users. The former is powered by one set of CESR-III type SRF module since 2005 and the latter is powered by two sets of KEKB-type SRF modules since 2015. Both are operated at 500 MHz and at 4.5 K. The light sources powered by SRF modules are e ... More
Presented by Dr. Chaoen WANG
Type: Plenary Track: Plenary session
Korea Multi-purpose Accelerator Complex (KOMAC) has started operation at 2013 as one of branches of Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI). A 100-MeV proton linear accelerator has been operating for user service as a main facility. It has 4 beam lines such as general purpose beam lines, RI production beam line and low flux beam line. Recently, neutron production and radio-isotope beam prod ... More
Presented by Dr. Hyeok-Jung KWON
Type: Oral presentation Track: WG1: Accelerator and its related technologies for photon science
Taiwan Photon Source (TPS), a third-generation light source based on a 3-GeV storage ring, is featured with high brilliant insertion devices. Synchrotron radiation (SR) generated from undulators can cover both soft and hard X-ray energy spectra. Seven in-vacuum undulators and three elliptically polarized undulators (EPU) for hard and soft X-ray photon sources has been severed as Phase I experiment ... More
Presented by Dr. Jui-Che HUANG