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High Current, Long Beam Pulse with SLED


A proposed, high charge, fixed target experiment (E-158) is planned to run with the highest possible energies available at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), at 45 and 48 Gev. The charge is up to 6 . 1011 particles in a 370 ns long beam pulse. The SLAC Energy Development (SLED) rf system generates an increasing no-load beam energy, with a linearly decreasing slope. We show how to obtain a current variation that tracks the no-load voltage, resulting in zero energy spread. We discuss the results of a lower energy experiment that verifies the predicted charge and current at the energies required for E-158.

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