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SLAC-PUB-7795
Transverse Beam Dynamics in Plasma-based Linacs

Abstract

The transverse beam dynamics in plasma channels of possible future plasma-based linacs is discussed. We represent the transverse focusing of both a beam-driven and a laser-driven plasma wakefield accelerator by a uniform focusing channel. The transverse beam sizes and a basic offset tolerance are calculated, finding that sub-micron beams must be transported with even smaller offset tolerances. The results emphasize the need to pursue further ideas for plasma structures with high acceleration gradients but reduced transverse wakefields.

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