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Recent Results on KEK/ATF Damping Ring


One of the more stringent requirements on a future linear collider (LC) is the generation and preservation of beams with very small transverse and longitudinal emittances. These emittances are essential for achieving the LC design luminosity. The Accelerator Test Facility (ATF) has been designed to investigate the feasibility of the LC operation scheme and to develop beam-control techniques for the LC. The purpose of the ATF is to develop accelerator technology that can stably supply the main linear accelerator an extremely flat "multi-bunch beam" which can be squeezed down to a few nanometers at the collision point. This paper reports the results of damping ring commissioning and accelerator studies, which started in January, 1997. In particular, we report the tranverse emittance ratio obtained.

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