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New Concepts for a Compact 5 TeV Collider
AbstractWe propose new design concepts for a multi-TeV linear collider which provide for a much shorter system length and for higher luminosity at lower beam power than conventional approaches. The new concepts include an active matrix linac, linac energy compensation, sextupole-free final focus, and bunch combination. We present a consistent parameter set for a 5 TeV collider.
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