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Chapter 3

  1. R. Brinkmann, et al. (eds.), TESLA Technical Design Report, DESY-2001-011, March 2001.
  2. R. Brinkmann, et al. (eds.), Conceptual Design of a 500 GeV Linear Collider with Integrated X-ray Laser Facility, Vol. I, DESY-1997-048, May 1997.
  3. N. Toge, ed. [JLC Design Study Group], JLC design study, KEK-REPORT-97-1 (1997).
  4. T.O. Raubenheimer, ed. [NLC ZDR Design Group], Zeroth order design report for the Next Linear Collider, SLAC-R-0474 (1996).
  5. C. Adolphsen, et al. [International Study Group Collaboration], International study group progress report on linear collider development, SLAC-R-559 (2000).
  6. N. Phinney, ed. [NLC Collaboration], 2001 report on the Next Linear Collider: A report submitted to Snowmass '01, SLAC-R-571 (2001).
  7. G. Guignard, ed. [The CLIC Study Team], A 3 TeV e+/e- Linear Collider Based on CLIC Technology, Report CERN 2000-008 (July 2000).
  8. R. Corsini, et al. (eds.), The CLIC RF Power Source - A Novel Scheme of Two-Beam Acceleration for Electron-Positron Linear Colliders, CERN 99-06 (1999).
  9. M. Korotsolev, F. Zimmermann, "CLIC damping ring design study", presented at the 8th European Part. Acc. Conf. (EPAC02), Paris, June 2002.
  10. F. Zimmermann, et al., "Design Status of the CLIC Beam Delivery System", presented at the 8th European Part. Acc. Conf. (EPAC02), Paris, June 2002.

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Chapter 4

  1. G. Guignard, ed. [The CLIC Study Team], A 3 TeV e+/e- Linear Collider Based on CLIC Technology, Report CERN 2000-008 (July 2000).
  2. R. Corsini, et al. (eds.), The CLIC RF Power Source - A Novel Scheme of Two-Beam Acceleration for Electron-Positron Linear Colliders, CERN 99-06 (1999).
  3. CLIC - Physics Study group

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Chapter 5

  1. R. Corsini, et al. (eds.), The CLIC RF Power Source - A Novel Scheme of Two-Beam Acceleration for Electron-Positron Linear Colliders, CERN 99-06 (1999).
  2. R. Corsini, et al., "CTF3 Design Report", CERN/PS 2002-008(RF) and LNF-02/008(IR), (2002).
  3. H. Braun, et al., "An Injector for the CLIC Test Facility (CTF3)", Proc. of the XX Linac Conference, August 21-25, 2000, Monterey, USA.
  4. G. Phillips, "A 500 kW L-Band Klystron with Broad Bandwidth for Sub-Harmonic Bunching in the CLIC Test Facility", Proc. of the 5th Modulator-Klystron Workshop for Future Linear Colliders, April, 2001, Geneva, Switzerland.
  5. I.N. Ross, "Feasibility Study for a CERN CLIC Photo-Injector Laser System", CLIC Note 462 (2000).
  6. I. Syratchev, "RF Pulse Compressor Systems for CTF3", Proc. of the 5th Modulator-Klystron Workshop for Future Linear Colliders, April, 2001, Geneva, Switzerland.
  7. C. Biscari, et al., "CTF3 - Design of Driving Beam Combiner Ring", Proc. of the 7th European Particle Accelerator Conference, June, 2000, Vienna, Austria.
  8. D. Alesini, et al., "Studies on the RF Deflectors for CTF3", Proc. of the 7th European Particle Accelerator Conference, June, 2000, Vienna, Austria.
  9. H.H.Braun, et al., "Experimental results and technical research and development at CTF2", Proc. 7th Eur. Part. Accel. Conf. (EPAC2000), Vienna, 2000.
  10. M. Dehler, I. Wilson, W. Wuensch, "A Tapered Damped Accelerating Structure for CLIC", Proc. of the XIX Linac Conference, August, 1998, Chicago, USA.
  11. R. Assmann: "Proposal for a CLIC Study of Final Focus Stabilization Technology and Time-Dependent Luminosity Performance" Unpublished.
  12. R. Assmann, et al., "Status of the CLIC Study on Magnet Stabilization and Time-dependent Luminosity Performance", Proc. of EPAC2002 (Paris).

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Chapter 6

  1. P. Tenenbaum, et al., Overview of collimation in the Next Linear Collider, Contributed to IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 2001).
  2. R. Alley, et al., The Stanford Linear Accelerator Polarised Electron Source, Nucl. Instr. and Meth., A365:1 (1995).
  3. E. Bente, et al., The Photoinjector Option for CLIC: Past Experiments and Future Developments}, CLIC note 487, CERN/PS 2001-033 (PP).
  4. I. N. Ross, Feasibility Study for the CERN CLIC Photo-Injector Laser System}, CLIC Note 462.
  5. P. Krejcik, et al., Recent Improvements in the SLC Positron System Performance, Proc. 3rd EPAC, Berlin, 1992.
  6. V.E. Balakin and A.A. Mikhailichenko, The Conversion System for Obtaining High Polarized Electrons and Positrons, Preprint INP 79-85, (1979).
  7. K. Flottmann, Investigations Toward the Development of Polarized and Unpolarized High Intensity Positron Sources for Linear Colliders, DESY-93-161 (1993).
  8. L. Rinolfi, A CLIC Injector complex for the main beams, CLIC 354 (1998).
  9. T. Kamitani, L. Rinolfi, Positron production at CLIC, CLIC 465 (2000).
  10. TESLA Technical Design Report, Part II, chapter 4.3
  11. Sheppard, J., Energy Loss and Energy Spread Growth in a Planar Undulator, LCC-086 (2002).
  12. Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) Conceptual Design Report, Chapter 8, SLAC-R-593, (2002).
  13. Sheppard, J., A Possible Test in the FFTB of Undulator Based Positron Sources
  14. K. Floettmann, et al., Conceptual Design of a Positron Pre-Accelerator for the TESLA Linear Collider, DESY TESLA-99-14, p.30 (1999).
  15. K. Floettmann, et al., Travelling-Wave Positron Injector for TESLA, DESY TESLA-99-03 (1999).
  16. Sheppard, J., Planar Undulator Considerations, LCC-085 (2002).
  17. Sheppard, J., Positron Yield as a Function of Drive Beam Energy for a K=1, Planar Undulator-Based Source, LCC-092 (2002).
  18. W. Kriens, Basic Timing Requirements for TESLA, DESY TESLA-01-10.
  19. C. Sanelli, et al., Technical Layout of the TESLA Damping Ring, LNF-01/003 (IR), 2001.
  20. Y. H. Chin, "Modeling and Design of Klystron," in Proc. of Linac98 (Chicago, IL, USA, 23--28 Aug 1998), p.367.
  21. S. Choroba, "Klystrons for TESLA," presented at LC2002, SLAC, 2002.
  22. A. Buenas and P. Pearce, "A Klystron-Modulator RF Power System for the CLIC Drive-Beam Accelerators," CERN Report, CLIC Note 435, 2000.
  23. H. Matsumoto, T. Shintake, et. al., "Operation of the C-Band 50MW Klystron with Smart Modulator," Proc. of APAC98 (KEK, Tsukuba, Japan, 23--27 March 1998), p.157.
  24. S. L. Gold, "5045 Klystrons & Thyratron Reliability" LC2002, SLAC, 2002.
  25. R. L. Cassel, J. E. Delamare, M. N. Nguyen, G. C. Pappas, E. Cook, J. Sullivan and C. Brooksby, "The Prototype Solid State Induction Modulator for SLAC NLC ," Proc. of PAC01 (Chicago, IL, USA, 13--22 June 2001), p.3774.
  26. H. Pfeffer, L. Bartelson, K. Bourkland, C. Jensen, Q. Kerns, P. Prieto, G. Saewert, and D. Wolff, "A Long Pulse Modulator for Reduced Size and Cost," Fermilab Report, FERMILAB-Conf-94/182, 1994.
  27. H.-J. Eckoldt, "Pulse Cable for TESLA Modulators," DESY Report, TESLA 2000-35, 2000.
  28. S. N. Simrock, I. Altmann, K. Rehlich and T. Schilcher, "Design of the Digital RF Control System for the TESLA Test Facility," Proc. of EPAC96 (Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, June 10--13, 1996), p.349.
  29. S. Holmes, C. Ziomek, C. Adolphsen, et. al., "Low-Level RF Signal Processing for the Next Linear Collider Test Accelerator," Proc. of PAC97 (Vancouver, B.C. Canada, 12--16 May 1997), p.3027.
  30. V. P. Arbet-Engels, C. Benvenuti, S. Calatroni, P. Darriulat, M. A. Peck, A. M. Valente, C. A. Van't Hof. "Superconducting niobium cavities, a case for the film technology," Nuclear Instr. and Methods, Phys Res, A463 (2001), No. 1--2, pp. 1--8.
  31. Padamsee, Knobloch and Hays, Rf Superconductivity for Accelerators (John Wiley, New York, 1998), p. 101--102.
  32. Hassan Padamsee, personal communication.
  33. Gregory A. Loew and J.W. Wang, "RF Breakdown Studies in Room Temperature Electron Linac Structures", SLAC-PUB-4647 (May 1988).
  34. L. Laurent, personal communication.
  35. S.Tantawi, personal communication.

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Chapter 7

  1. P. Krejcik, et al.,  "High Intensity Bunch Length Instabilities in the SLC Damping Rings," Proc. 1993 Particle Accelerator Conference, Washington, D.C. (1993) 3240.
  2. Tanaka, et al., NIM A, 486 Issue 3, pp 521538.
  3. R. Nagaoka,  "Work Carried Out at the ESRF to Characterize and Correct the Coupling,"  Proc. Seventh European Particle Accelerator Conference, Vienna (2000) 131.
  4. S.H. Kim, et al.,  "Investigation of Open-Loop Beam Motion at Low Frequencies at the APS," Proc. 1997 Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver (1997) 745.
  5. M. Boge,  "First Operation of the Swiss Light Source," Proc. Eighth European Particle Accelerator Conference, Paris (2002) 39.
  6. K. Kubo, et al.,  "Beam Tuning for Low Emittance in KEK-ATF Damping Ring," Proc. Seventh European Particle Accelerator Conference, Vienna (2000) 483.
  7. K. Kubo and K. Oide, Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams, 4, 124401 (2001).
  8. K.L. Bane, et al., Proc. 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago (2001) 2955.
  9. T.O. Raubenheimer, A. Wolski,  "Comparison of alignment tolerances in linear collider damping rings with those in operating rings," LCC-0112 (2003).
  10. A. Seryi and O. Napoly, Phys. Rev. E, 53, 5323 (1996).
  11. A. Wolski and S. de Santis,  "Estimates of Collective Effects in the NLC Main Damping Rings", LCC-0080.
  12. A. Wolski,  "Electron Cloud in Linear Collider Damping Rings," Proc. Mini-Workshop on Electron Cloud Simulations for Proton and Positron Beams (ECLOUD'02), CERN-2002-001, CERN (2002).
  13. A. Seryi, ground motion model (2001).
  14. T. Imai, et al., "Highly stable beam extraction by double kicker system," KEK preprint 2002-16, (KEK).
  15. T. Imai, et al.,  "Double Kicker System in ATF," Proc. XX International Linac Conference, Monterey, CA (2000) p. 77.
  16. L. Arnaudon, et al.,  "Effects of Tidal Forces on the Beam Energy in LEP," in Proc. 1993 Particle Accelerator Conference, Washington, D.C. (1993) 44.
  17. A. Wolski and Y. Wu,  "Effects of Damping Wigglers on Beam Dynamics in the NLC Damping Rings," Proc. 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago (2001) 3798.
  18. A.W. Chao, NIM 180 (1981) 29.
  19. D.P. Barber, G. Ripken, Handbook of Accelerator Physics and Engineering, A.W. Chao, M. Tigner (editors), World Scientific, 1999, pg. 156--164
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  21. Schulte, D., Tenenbaum, P., Walker, N., Wolski, A., and Woodley, M., Tests of 3 Linear Collider Beam Dynamics Simulation Programs, SLAC, LCC-0091, 2002.
  22. The Next Linear Collider Design Group, T.O. Raubenheimer, editor, Zeroth Order Design Report for the Next Linear Collider, Stanford University, Chapter 5, pp. 268--271, (1996).
  23. Nosochkov, Y., Raimondi, P., and Raubenheimer, T.O., Design of Alternative Optics for NLC Prelinac Collimation Section, SLAC, LCC-0057, 2001.
  24. Anderson, S. and Shepard, J., NLC Pre-Linac, 2001 Configuration, Version 2, April 2001.
  25. Oide, K., Synchrotron Radiation Limit of the Focusing of Electron Beams, Phys. Rev. Lett.,  61, pp. 1713--1715, 1988.
  26. Stupakov, G., High-Frequency Impedance of Small-Angle Collimators, Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC2001), Chicago, Illinois, 2001.
  27. Piwinski, A., Wake fields and ohmic losses in flat vacuum chambers, DESY-HERA-92-04.
  28. Tenenbaum, P., Collimator Wakefield Calculations for ILC-TRC Report, SLAC, LCC-0101, 2002.
  29. Drozhdin, A.  et al.,  Comparison of the TESLA, NLC, and CLIC Beam Collimation Systems Performance.  Fourth Edition, 2002.
  30. Brinkmann, R., Raimondi, P., and Seryi, A. Halo reduction by means of nonlinear optical elements in the NLC final focus system, IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 2001), Chicago, Illinois, 2001.
  31. NLC Post-Linac Collimation Task Force,  New Post-Linac Collimation System for the Next Linear Collider, SLAC, LCC-0052, 2001.
  32. Tenenbaum, P., et al., An apparatus for the direct measurement of collimator transverse wakefields, IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, NY, 1999.
  33. Brinkmann, R., Napoly, O., and Schulte, D., Beam-Beam Instability Driven by Wakefields, CERN, CLIC-Note 505, 2001.
  34. Schulte, D., Luminosity in Future Linear Colliders in the Presence of Static Wakefield Effects in the Main Linac, CLIC-Note 544 (2002).
  35. Yokoya, K. and Chen, P., Multiple Bunch Crossing Instability, SLAC-PUB-4653 (1988).
  36. Raubenheimer, T. and Ruth, R. D., A Dispersion free trajectory correction technique for linear colliders, Nucl. Instrum. Meth., A302:191-208 (1991).
  37. Bowden, G., Holik, P., Wagner, S.R., Heimlinger, G., and Settles, R., Precision magnet movers for the final focus test beam, Nucl. Instrum. Meth.A368, pp. 579--592, 1996.
  38. Adolphsen, C., et al., Wakefield and beam centering measurements of a damped and detuned X-band accelerator structure, Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, NY, 1999.
  39. Raubenheimer, T.O. and Schulte, D., The ballistic alignment method, CERN/PS-99-024(LP), 1999.
  40. R. Assmann, et al., The Computer Program LIAR for the Simulation and Modeling of High Performance Linacs, Proceedings of the 1997 PAC (1997).
  41. D'Amico, E.T., Guignard, G., Leros, N., Schulte, D., Simulation Package Based on PLACET, Proceedings of PAC2001, 2001.
  42. Tenenbaum, P., talk to NLC Machine Advisory Committee, Oct. 2001
  43. Tenenbaum, P., Brinkmann, R. and Tsakanov, V., Beam-based alignment of the TESLA main linac, Presented at 8th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 2002), Paris, France, 2002.
  44. Brinkmann, R. and Tsakanov, V., Emittance preservation in TESLA, Prepared for APS / DPF / DPB Summer Study on the Future of Particle Physics (Snowmass 2001), Snowmass, Colorado, 2001.
  45. Schulte, D. and Walker, N., TESLA beam-based alignment studies, in preparation, 2002.
  46. T. Raubenheimer, "Comments on Linear Collider Beam-Based Alignment," August, 2002.
  47. Jones, R.M., et al., Manifold damping of wakefields in high phase advance linacs for the NLC, EPAC 2002 (2002).
  48. Baboi, N. and Brinkmann, R., Higher Order Mode Effects and Multibunch Orbit Stability in the TESLA Main Linac, DESY-TESLA-00-28, 2000.
  49. D. Schulte, Emittance Growth in the Main Linac of CLIC at 500 GeV, CLIC-Note 545 (2002).
  50. Tenenbaum, P., Spectral Content of the NLC Bunch Train due to Long Range Wakefields}, SLAC, LCC-0015, 1999.
  51. Seryi, A., Ground Motion Models for ILC-TRC Studies, in preparation, 2002.
  52. Montag, C., Ground motion in the HERA interaction region, Advanced ICFA Workshop on ground motion in future accelerators, Stanford, CA (2000).
  53. Assmann, R., et al.,  Status of the CLIC Study on Magnet Stabilization and Time-Dependent Luminosity, Proceedings, EPAC2002 (2002).
  54. Hendrickson, L., talk on feedback system design (2002)
  55. Hendrickson, L., talk on feedback system design (2002)
  56. Hendrickson L., Algorithms and simulation results for NLC IP and linac feedback systems, Nanobeam 2002, Lausanne, September 2002.
  57. Hendrickson L., et al., Implementation of Dynamic Misalignments and Luminosity Stabilization by Beam-Beam Feedbacks in Simulations of Linear Colliders, submitted to PAC2003.
  58. Seryi, A., et al., Effects of Dynamic Misalignments and Feedback Performance on Luminosity Stability in Linear Colliders, submitted to PAC2003.
  59. White, G., Simulations of TESLA intratrain fast feedback, 2002.
  60. Le Pimpec, F., et al., Vibrational Stability of NLC Linac Accelerating Structure, EPAC2002, 2002.
  61. Fenn, R., Slaton, T., and Woods, M., Quadrupole Vibration Measurements for QM1B and QC3 in the Final Focus Test Beam at SLAC, SLAC, LCC-0036, 2000.
  62. Assmann, R, and Frisch, J., Reports about stabilization studies in CLIC and NLC, Nanobeam ICFA Workshop, Lausanne, 2002.
  63. Assmann, R., et al.,  Status of the CLIC Study on Magnet Stabilization and Time-Dependent Luminosity, Proceedings, EPAC2002 and CLIC Note 530 (2002).
  64. Liepe, M., Dynamic Lorentz Force Compensation with a Fast Piezoelectric Tuner, PAC 2001, 2001.
  65. Liepe, M., Active Control of Lorentz-Detuning and Microphonics, PAC 2001, 2001 unknown reference perhaps the same as [64].
  66. Pagani, C., Advances in Cryomodule Design and New Approches, Proceedings of 9th Workshop on RF Superconductivity, Santa Fe, 1999.
  67. Weise, H., The TESLA Test Facility (TTF Linac---A Status Report), Proceedings of PAC 95, 1995.
  68. The Next Linear Collider Design Group, T.O. Raubenheimer, editor, Zeroth Order Design Report for the Next Linear Collider, Stanford University, Chapter 11, p. 713, 1996.
  69. The TESLA Collaboration, R. Brinkmann, editor, TESLA Technical Design Report, DESY, Chapter 7, p. 193, 2001.
  70. The Next Linear Collider Design Group, T.O. Raubenheimer, editor, Zeroth Order Design Report for the Next Linear Collider, Stanford University, Chapter 11, p. 770, 1996.
  71. The Next Linear Collider Design Group, T.O. Raubenheimer, editor, Zeroth Order Design Report for the Next Linear Collider, Stanford University, Chapter 11, p. 769, 1996.
  72. Woodley, M., Tenenbaum, P., Hendrickson, L. and Seryi, A., Optics simulations for the NLC main linac, Contributed to IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 2001), Chicago, Illinois, 18--22 Jun 2001.
  73. R. Assmann, personal communication, 2002.
  74. Smith, S.R., Tenenbaum, P., and Williams, S.H., Performance of the beam position monitor system of the final focus test beam, Nucl. Instrum. Meth., A431, pp. 9--26, 1999.
  75. Shiltsev, V., personal communication, 2002.
  76. K. Yokoya, et. al., CAIN program.
  77. D. Schulte, CERN-PS/99-014-LP (1999).
  78. O. Napoly, I. Reyzl and N. Tesch, DESY-TESLA-99-20A (1999).
  79. T. Barklow,  et. al., SLAC-PUB-8043 (1999).
  80. D. Schulte, TESLA-97-08 (1996).
  81. S. P. Baranov, O. Duenger, H. Shooshtari and J. A. Vermaseren, in Hamburg 1991, Proceedings, Physics at HERA, vol. 3 1478--1482 (see HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS INDEX 30 (1992) No. 12988).
  82. G. Wagner,  "Neutron Background at TESLA," presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  83. T. Markiewicz,  "NLC IR Overview," presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  84. ACFA Linear Collider Working Group,  "Particle Physics Experiments at JLC," KEK Report 2001-11 (2001).
  85. G. A. Schuler and T. Sjostrand, CERN-TH/96-119 (1996).
  86. P. Chen, T. Barklow, and M. E. Peskin, SLAC-PUB-5873 (1992).
  87. M. Drees and K. Grassie. Z. Phys. C28 (1985) 451--462.
  88. M. Gluck, E. Reya and A. Vogt, Phys. Rev. D, 46 (1992) 1973.
  89. O. Napoly and D. Schulte,  "Luminosity Monitor Options For Tesla," CERN-OPEN-2000-135, contributed to 19th International Linear Accelerator Conference (Linac 98), Chicago, Illinois, 23--28 Aug 1998.
  90. A. Seryi,  "FD Stabilization in NLC," presentations at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
    and
    J. Frisch,  "IP Stabilization for the NLC," presentations at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  91. P. Tenenbaum, J. Irwin, and T.O. Raubenheimer, to be submitted to PRSTAB.
  92. D. Schulte and F. Zimmermann,  "The Crossing Angle in CLIC," Proc. 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC'2001), Chicago, Illinois, USA (2001).
  93. R. Brinkmann, et al. (eds.), TESLA Technical Design Report, DESY-2001-011, March 2001.
  94. E. Merker, et. al.,  "The TESLA High-Power Extraction Line," TESLA-01-19 (2001).
  95. A. Seryi,  "Beamstrahlung Photon Load on the TESLA Extraction Septum Blade," LCC-Note-0104, SLAC, 2002.
  96. Y. Nosochkov and K. A. Thompson,  "Beam Losses in the NLC Extraction Line for High Luminosity Beam Parameters," LCC - 0049 (2000).
  97. G. White,  "IP Feedback Simulation," talk at the ECFA/DESY Workshop, Cracow, Sept.2001
    and
    presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  98. S. R. Smith,  "Design of an NLC Intrapulse Feedback System', Linear Collider Note LCC-056 (2001).
  99. A. Devred, et al.,  "Conceptual Design for the Final Focus Quadrupole Magnets for TESLA", TESLA-2001-17 (2001).
  100. A. Ringwall,  "Detector Solenoid Field Effects," talk (2000).
  101. T. Raubenheimer & P. Tenenbaum, private communication.  An adjustable PM final-doublet concept has been studied (with an earlier version of the FFS optics) using counter-rotating longitudinal slices.  In order to obtain 50% strength variation and limit the aberrations, it was necessary to subdivide the quadrupole longitudinally in many 2 cm slices.  A potentially more attractive alternative consisted of just two counter-rotating magnets, one inside the other.  This was aperture-limited at the downstream end, but could work for roughly half the magnet.
  102. KEK Report 92-16,  "JLC-I," (Dec 1992), pp 214--215.
  103. M. Alsksa, S. Russenschuck,  "Study of Some Options for the CLIC Final Focusing Quadrupole", CLIC Note 596 (2002).
  104. A. Drozhdin,  et. al.,  "Comparison of the TESLA, NLC and CLIC Collimation-System Performance," in preparation (2002).
  105. P. Tenenbaum, T.O. Raubenheimer, and M. Woodley,  "Sources of Beam Halo in the Next Linear Collider Main Linac", PAC-2001-FPAH071, SLAC-PUB-8935 (July 2001)
  106. R. Brinkman, N. J. Walker, and G.A. Blair,  "The TESLA Post-linac Collimation System," TESLA 2001-12 (2001).
  107. "A 3 TeV e+/e- Linear Collider based on CLIC Technology," CERN 2000-008 (2000).
  108. P. Raimondi,  "NLC Beam Delivery System Developments," NLC MAC talk (2001).
    and
    J. Frisch, et. al.,  "Collimator Design and R\&D," NLC MAC talk (2001).
    and
    P. Raimondi, A. Seryi, and P. Tenenbaum,  "Tunability Of The NLC Final Focus System," PAC 2001 (2001).
    and
    N. Phinney, ed.  [NLC Collaboration], 2001 report on the Next Linear Collider: A report submitted to Snowmass '01, SLAC-R-571 (2001).
    and
    P. Raimondi,  "NLC Beam Delivery System & Collimation,"  presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  109. G.A. Blair, H. Burkhardt, H.J. Schreiber,  "Background Simulation for the CLIC Beam Delivery System with Geant," CERN-SL-2002-029 (AP), CLIC Note 519 (2002).
  110. E. Doyle, J. Frisch and K. Skarpaas VIII,  "Advanced Collimator Engineering for the NLC," PAC 2001 (2001).
  111. R. Assmann, et. al., CERN-SL-2000-058-AP, Proc. EPAC 2000, Vienna and CLIC Note 447.
  112. D. Schulte and F. Zimmerman,  "Failure Modes in CLIC," CLIC Note-492 (2001).
  113. World Studies on Physics and Detectors for a Linear Collider.
  114. J. Brau, C. Damerell, G. Fisk, Y. Fujii, R. Heuer, H. Park, K. Riles, R. Settles and H. Yamamoto,  "Linear Collider Detector R&D,"
  115. T. Markiewicz,  "NLC IR Layout and Background Estimates," Snowmass 2001.
  116. See e.g., Ch.II-7.4.3 and IV-7.1 of Ref. [93].  Table IV-7.1.6 provides a concise overview of the various background sources and of their relative importance.
  117. T. Tauchi,  "JLC IR Overview," presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  118. D. Schulte,  "Update of the Status of Machine Detector Interface Studies for CLIC," CLIC Note 502 (2001).
  119. F. Zimmermann,  "Machine Backgrounds in CLIC," presentation at the 9th International Workshop on Linear Colliders (LC02), Menlo Park, USA (2002).
  120. See for instance talk by R. Settles.  There is, however, a varying degree of conservatism in the quoted  "pain thresholds."  JLC sets significantly tighter limits than TESLA on tolerable vertex-detector occupancy and muon flux per train. The BABAR detector, in contrast, was designed with 10\% as the occupancy limit in the drift chamber.
  121. In NLC, SR photons are required not to strike masks or detector elements between 13 m upstream of the IP and 6 m downstream.  The TESLA requirements are detailed in Ref. [129].
  122. K. Stefanov, et al.,  "Studies of CCDs for Vertex Detector Applications," presentation at LCWS2000 at FNAL.
  123. V. Gharibyan, N. Meyners, K. Schuler,  "The TESLA Compton Polarimeter," LC-DET-2001-047 (Feb. 2001).
  124. A hybrid FD for NLC was discussed in Ref. [130].  The defocusing magnet next to the IP was a PM magnet fixed in strength.  The energy variability was attained with an SC quadrupole just upstream, and a normal electro-magnet upstream of this which acted as the QF.  This system seemed to perform quite well over roughly a factor of 3x in energy; beyond this, the PM would have to be modified.
  125. R. Settles, Proceedings of LC93 at SLAC.
  126. D. Schulte,  "Backgrounds at Future Linear Colliders," CLIC Note 424, CERN/PS 99-069. Also in Proc. of the Workshop on the Development of Future Linear Electron-Positron Colliders for Particle Physics Studies and for Research Using Free Electon Lasers, Lund, Sweden, 23--26 Sep 1999.
  127. D. Schulte,  "Machine-Detector Interface at CLIC," Proc. 5th International Linear ColliderWorkshop (LCWS 2000), Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois, Oct 2000 and CLIC Note 469 (2001).
  128. BABAR Technical Design Report, SLAC-R-95-457 (1995).
  129. O. Napoly,  "Collimation Depth Requirements for the TESLA IR," DESY TESLA-01-18, 2001.
  130. T.O. Raubenheimer, ed. [NLC ZDR Design Group], Zeroth order design report for the Next Linear Collider, SLAC-R-0474 (1996).

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Chapter 8

  1. L. Hardy, "Accelerator Reliability-Availability," Proc. of EPAC02 (Paris, France, June 3--7 2002).
  2. R. Ferdinand, et al., "The European Spallation Source (ESS): Reliability aspects and related budget considerations," presented at Accelerator Reliability Workshop (ESRF, France, February 4--6 2002).
  3. T.O. Raubenheimer, ed. [NLC ZDR Design Group], Zeroth order design report for the Next Linear Collider, SLAC-R-0474 (1996).
  4. J. Seeman, SLAC, personal communication.
  5. S. L. Gold, "5045 Klystrons & Thyratron Reliability" presented at LC2002, SLAC, 2002.
  6. J. Cornuelle, SLAC, personal communication.
  7. H. Weise, "Operational Experience with the Test Facilities for TESLA", Proc. of LINAC02 (Korea, August 2002).
  8. N. Phinney, ed. [NLC Collaboration], 2001 report on the Next Linear Collider: A report submitted to Snowmass '01, SLAC-R-571 (2001).
  9. J. Cornuelle, SLAC, personal communication.
  10. S. Isagawa, KEK, personal communication.
  11. S. Michizono, M. Liepe and S. Simrock, "Design of low level rf control for the TESLA superstructure," DESY-M-01-06V, Proc. of PAC 2001, Chicago, Illinois, 18--22 Jun 2001.
  12. H.J. Eckoldt, "Magnet Power Supplies For Tesla," DESY-TESLA-2000-37 (Feb 2001) 33p.
  13. M. Seidel, D. Trines, K. Zapfe, "Failure Analysis Of The Beam Vacuum In The Superconducting Cavities Of The Tesla Main Linear Accelerator," DESY-TESLA-2002-06 (Apr 2002) 8p.
  14. S. Roesler, J.C. Liu, S.H. Rokni, "Radiation Damage To Electronics In The Beam Tunnel Of The Next Linear Collider," SLAC-PUB-8490 (Jun 2000) 13p.
  15. C. Adolphsen, J. Frisch, R.K. Jobe, D. McCormick, W.R. Nelson, T.O. Raubenheimer, S. Rokni, M.C. Ross, P. Tenenbaum, D.R. Walz, "The Next Linear Collider Machine Protection System," SLAC-PUB-8130, Apr 1999. Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, NY, 1999.
  16. M. C. Ross, et al., "Single pulse damage in copper," SLAC-PUB-8605, Proc. of LINAC00 (Monterey, California, 21--25 Aug 2000).
  17. S. Fartoukh, et al., "Heat Deposition by Transient Beam Passage in Spoilers," CERN-SL-2001-012 AP, Paper submitted to Physical Review ST-AB.
  18. D. Schulte and F. Zimmermann, "Failure Modes of CLIC," Proc. of PAC01 (2001) 4068; also CLIC note 492.
  19. C. Johnson and P. K. Kloppel, "Examination of the CLIC drive beam pipe design for thermal distortion caused by distributed beam loss," CLIC-Note-328 (1997).
  20. P. Tenenbaum, "Beam-based Alignment of the NLC Main Linac, Part II: Dispersion-free Steering and Dispersion Bumps", LCC-0071, September 2001.
  21. T. Raubenheimer, "Comments on Linear Collider Beam-Based Alignment," August, 2002.
  22. P. Castro, "First Thoughts on Commissioning of the TESLA Collider," TESLA Report 2002-009, September 2002.

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