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Conceptual Design Study For the Proposed Isol Post-Accelerator at Triumf.

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.

Conceptual Design Study For the Proposed Isol Post-Accelerator at Triumf.

by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.

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SeriesAtomic Energy of Canada Limited. AECL -- 8960
ContributionsMcmichael, G.
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a proposal for an intense cyclotron-based thermal neutron source. a conceptual design for a primary cyclotron for the isl radioactive beam project. research and development studies with radioactive beams at triumf. post-accelerator studies for the isol facility at triumf. final session. ISOLDE, the CERN Isotope Separator On-line DEvice is a unique source of low energy beams of radioactive isotopes - atomic nuclei that have too many or too few neutrons to be stable. The facility is like a small 'chemical factory', giving the possibility of changing one element to another, by selecting the atomic mass of the required isotope beam in the mass separator, rather as the 'alchemists.

The overall objective of the workshop was to allow prospective users of the proposed ISAC (Isotope Separator and Accelerator) Exotic Beams Facility, proposed for installation at TRIUMF, to discuss the scientific opportunities with accelerated radioactive beams, to ensure that the specifications which are being used to design the facility are appropriate to perform forefront research, to allow. SIZING STUDY Design Mission The design mission for OP sizing purposes consists of the following mission schedule: 1. Start (engine start, warm-up, taxi to active runway and departure) 2. Climb (second-segment climb to cruise altitude of FL – 33, ft MSL) 3. Cruise ( NM cruise at FL) 4.

Conceptual design is the very first phase of design, in which drawings or solid models are the dominant tools and products. The conceptual design phase provides a description of the proposed system in terms of a set of integrated ideas and concepts about what it should do, how it should behave, and what it should look like, which will be understandable by users in the manner intended. A radioactive ion beam facility with a post-accelerator was first proposed at TRIUMF in [1]. Although the full project was not funded at that time, an on-line target/ion source and mass separator test facility was installed on one of TRIUMF's proton beam lines, and has been used since to provide low energy radioactive beams and to.


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Conceptual Design Study For the Proposed Isol Post-Accelerator at Triumf by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited. Download PDF EPUB FB2

L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE DU CANADA, LIMITEE Etude conceptuelle des plans pour la proposition d'un post-accélérateur ISOL à TRIUMF* par G.E. McMichael, B.G. Chidley et R.M. Hutcheon R. Conceptual design study for the proposed ISOL post-accelerator at TRIUMF.

By G E McMichael, B G Chidley and R M Hutcheon. Topics: Accelerators and Storage Rings. Publisher: Canada. Energy Comm. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by: Author: G E McMichael, B G Chidley and R M Hutcheon. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B26 () North-Holland, Amsterdam A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF AN ECR SOURCE FOR AN ISOL FACILITY L BUCHMANN *, T.

MATTMAN and J.M. D'AURIA Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada V5A 1S6 E. DEVITA, H. SCHNEIDER, A. OTTER, H.

SPRENGER and P.W. SCHMOR TRIUMF Cited by: 5. McMicheal, B. Chidley and R. Hutcheon, Conceptual Design Study for the Proposed ISOL Post-Accelerator at TRIUMF, AECL, TRI-DN Design of a Superconducting Interdigital.

In this proposal, we have presented in detail our approach towards the design and construction of a new—generation type of ISOL and a preliminary design for the post accelerator, which is still currently under study.

The total estimated capital cost is $ M for the ISOL and approximately $ M for the post— accelerator. Study of two-step ISOL target concept One type of target that is of particular interest for the production of neutron-rich rare isotopes is the two-step fission target (Fig.

In the originally proposed concept [5], protons or other very-light ion beams impinge on a porous tungsten target cooled by flowing liquid lithium. An over- view of the entire proposed TRIUMF-ISOL facility is given in another contribution to these Proceedings [7] as is the proposed development of new (for ISOL systems) ion-source technology, i.e., an electron cyclotron reso- nance (ECR) source, believed essential to achieve the RIB intensities required here [8].

[email protected] Protons –1 o Pulsed o ms Hz o CERN-ISOLDE (test facility) Protons 1–2 Pulsed –40 ms Hz 1– Fig Conceptual view of the target as proposed within the EURISOL Design Study [14]. Houngbo et al. / Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A () –   The post-accelerator Most of the space in the high-intensity floor of the ISOL building will be occupied by the post-accelerator.

A number of possible designs have been considered for this system. The key problem here is the low velocity of the ISOL ions - at 60 keV, an A = 60 ion has velocity = and is singly charged.

Design Decisions in Research 3. The Conceptual Phase. The conceptual phase is the initial phase of research and involves the intellectual process of developing a research idea into a realistic and appropriate research design. This phase can be time-consuming, depending.

The post-accelerator for ISAC-I includes a room temperature RFQ and DTL operating cw to accelerate ions of A ≤ 30to a final energy fully variable from to MeV/u. The design concept, machine status and early operating experience of the ISAC-I linear accelerator complex will be summarized.

TRIUMF has received funding through to The post-accelerator for ISAC includes a 35 MHz RF Quadrupole (RFQ) to accelerate beams of A/q⩽30 from 2 keV/u to keV/u and a post-stripper, MHz variable energy drift tube linac (DTL) to.

At TRIUMF, an ISOL device is proposed using the available high proton current (¿, ¿A). A conceptual design of an ECR source for an ISOL facility An ISOL/post-accelerator facility.

The conceptual design described in this report is adequate to provide a baseline for a cost estimate of the project. The estimate is also based on comparisons with similar projects, namely TRIUMF/Vancouver, ANL/Argonne, SIRIUS/Rutherford and on the world-leading ISOL.

The EURISOL concept was born 10 years ago, as the 'ultimate' ISOL facility for Europe. A conceptual design study was carried out as the EURISOL Research & Technology Development project within the European fifth framework program and subsequently a technical Design Study (DS) was undertaken in the sixth framework.

Now with the TRIUMF/ISAC facility the ISOL RIB facility can operate routinely up to 50 kW, this is μA on target. But, the driver beam intensity cannot increase without considering the radiation damage issues and the challenge to the ion source itself where ionization efficiency are dramatically affected by.

EURISOL is a preliminary design study of the European next-generation isotope separation on line (ISOL) radioactive nuclear beam (RNB) facility, which. Based on the LINAG Phase 1 conceptual design, a two years detailed study on a ISOL-type facility for the production of high intensity exotic beams, named SPIRAL2, has been launched.

One of the most promising design schemes studied in EURISOL consists of a 1GeV, mA proton driver, a neutron converter, a ISOL-type RIB ion source, a mass se-lector, a charge breeder to increase the charge state of the extracted ions, and finally a post-accelerator (Linac and/or cyclotron) capable to reach all beam energies up to MeV/u.

The injector stage of the post-accelerator is being designed [27] to start with 1+ ions with masses up to about from ISOL-type ion sources; a schematic layout is shown in Fig. The design of a CW, low-frequency RFQ for the first stage of this injector was presented at this conference [28].

The Miniball germanium detector array has been operational at the REX (Radioactive ion beam EXperiment) post accelerator at the Isotope Separator On-Line facility ISOLDE at CERN since A 4-year Design Study began in in order to work on the technologically challenging aspects of the project, the instrumentation and the radiation safety issue.

Synergy with other projects is being examined, including a feasibility study for the new “beta-beam” neutrino proposal, forming an integral part of the Design Study.for protons. lhe post accelerator scheme is based on using existing ISOL-type 1+ ion source technology followed by CW Radio Frequency Quadruple (RFQ) accelerators and superconducting linacs including the present ATLAS accelerator.

A full-scale prototype of the first-stage RFQ has been successfidly tested with RF at fdl design voltage and tests.