Theory and design of charged particle beams
 Responsibility
 Martin Reiser ; with contributions by Patrick O'Shea, Santiago Bernal, and Rami Kishek.
 Language
 English.
 Edition
 2nd, updated and expanded ed.
 Imprint
 Weinheim : WileyVCH, c2008.
 Physical description
 xxvii, 647 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
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 Reiser, M. (Martin), 1931
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 Includes bibliographical references (p. 635637) and index.
 Contents

 Preface for 2nd Edition. Preface for 1st Edition. Acknowledgments for 2nd Edition. Acknowledgments for 1st Edition. 1 Introduction. 1.1 Exposition. 1.2 Historical Developments and Applications. 1.3 Sources of Charged Particles. References. 2 Review of Charged Particle Dynamics. 2.1 The Lorentz Force and the Equation of Motion. 2.2 The Energy Integral and Some General Formulas. 2.3 The Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formalisms. 2.4 The Euler Trajectory Equations. 2.5 Analytic Examples of Charged Particle Motion. Reference. Problems. 3 Beam Optics and Focusing Systems without Space Charge. 3.1 Beam Emittance and Brightness. 3.2 Liouville's Theorem. 3.3 The Paraxial Ray Equation for Axially Symmetric Systems. 3.4 Axially Symmetric Fields as Lenses. 3.5 Focusing by Quadrupole Lenses. 3.6 ConstantGradient Focusing in Circular Systems. 3.7 Sector Magnets and Edge Focusing. 3.8 Periodic Focusing. 3.9 Adiabatic Damping of the Betatron Oscillation Amplitudes. References. Problems. 4 Linear Beam Optics with Space Charge. 4.1 Theoretical Models of Beams with Space Charge. 4.2 Axisymmetric Beams in Drift Space. 4.3 Axisymmetric Beams with Applied and Self Fields. 4.4 Periodic Focusing of Intense Beams (SmoothApproximation Theory). 4.5 SpaceCharge Tune Shift and Current Limits in Circular Accelerators. 4.6 Charge Neutralization Effects. References. Problems. 5 SelfConsistent Theory of Beams. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Laminar Beams in Uniform Magnetic Fields. 5.3 The Vlasov Model of Beams with Momentum Spread. 5.4 The MaxwellBoltzmann Distribution. References. Problems. 6 Emittance Growth. 6.1 Causes of Emittance Change. 6.2 Free Energy and Emittance Growth in Nonstationary Beams. 6.3 Instabilities. 6.4 Collisions. 6.5 Beam Cooling Methods in Storage Rings. 6.6 Concluding Remarks. References. Problems. 7 Beam Physics Research from 1993 to 2007. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Longitudinal Beam Physics Research. 7.3 Transverse Beam Physics. 7.4 The University of Maryland Electron Ring. 7.5 Issues Related to Electron Photoinjectors. 7.6 Concluding Remarks. References. Problems. Appendix 1. Example of a PierceType Electron Gun with Shielded Cathode. References. Appendix 2. Example of a Magnetron Injection Gun. References. Appendix 3. FourVectors and Covariant Lorentz Transformations. References. Appendix 4. Equipartitioning in HighCurrent rf Linacs. References. Appendix 5. Radial Defocusing and Emittance Growth in HighGradient rf Structures (Example: The rf Photocathode Electron Gun). References. List of Frequently Used Symbols. Bibliography (Selected List of Books). Index.
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 Publisher's Summary
 Most advanced accelerator applications require beams with highpower and high brightness, which are determined by spacecharge effects at low energy. Examples are the giant High Energy Physics Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, to be launched in 2008, and the International Linear Collider (ILC) being considered to follow the LHC. Other examples are Spallation Neutron Sources, the proposed Heavy Ion Inertial Fusion driver for energy production, Free Electron Lasers, and Muon Colliders.This revised and updated monograph offers a broad synoptic description of beams in accelerators and other devices with negligible to strong space charge effects. The book develops material in a systematic way and discusses the underlying physics and validity of theoretical relationships, design formulas and scaling laws. Assumptions and approximations are clearly indicated throughout. The new edition of "Theory and Design of Charged Particle Beams" has significant additional content, which covers experiments, theory, and simulation in beam physics research since 1993, when the first edition was published. It includes the University of Maryland Electron Ring for studying spacecharge dominated beams in rings and recirculators. From the contents: Review of Charged Particle Dynamics; Beam Optics and Focusing Systems without Space Charge; Linear Beam Optics with Space Charge; SelfConsistent Theory of Beams; Emittance Variation; and Beam Physics Research from 1999 to 2007.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783527407415 20160528
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 Publication date
 2008
 ISBN
 3527407413 (cloth)
 9783527407415 (cloth)