Lattice Optimization for a Really Large Hadron Collider (RLHC)
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB UPTON NY
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Long arc cells would lead to major cost savings in a high field high Tc hadron collider, operating in the regime of significant synchrotron radiation. Two such lattices, with half cell lengths of 110 and 260 m, are compared. Both allow flexible tuning, and have large dynamic apertures when dominated by chromatic sextupoles. Lattices with longer cells are much more sensitive to systematic magnet errors, which are expected to dominate.
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