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Beam-Based Alignment of the TESLA Main Linac


The main obstacle to emittance preservation in the main linac of a linear collider is the alignment of the quadrupoles and accelerating cavities with respect to the beam. The misalignment tolerances in the case of the TESLA superconducting main linac are reviewed. Simulations of possible beam-based alignment algorithms to meet these tolerances are presented.

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