Particle Accelerator Physics II: Nonlinear and Higher-Order Beam Dynamics

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 472 pages
Particle Accelerator Physics II continues the discussion of particle accelerator physics beyond the introductory Particle Accelerator Physics I. Aimed at students and scientists who plan to work or are working in the field of accelerator physics. Basic principles of beam dynamics already discussed in Vol.I are expanded into the nonlinear regime in order to tackle fundamental problems encountered in present-day accelerator design and development. Nonlinear dynamics is discussed both for the transverse phase space to determine chromatic and geometric aberrations which limit the dynamic aperture as well as for the longitude phase space in connection with phase focusing at very small values of the momentum compaction. Effects derived theoretically are compared with observations made at existing accelerators.
 

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Contents

Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics
1
Charged Particles in Electromagnetic Fields
4
Periodic Focusing Systems
6
General Electromagnetic Fields
43
Problems
71
Dynamics of Coupled Motion
73
HigherOrder Perturbations
93
Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics
127
Problems
302
Problems
323
165
380
Insertion Device Radiation
406
Appendix
435
References 445
444
Suggested Reading
453
Bibliography
457

Charged Particle Acceleration
163
Synchrotron Radiation
229
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