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Super-c-tau in Novosibirsk. Bogomyagkov Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics Novosibirsk International Workshop on e+e- collisions from Phi to Psi September 19-22, 2011. Requirements. Beam energy from 1.0 to 2.5 GeV Peak luminosity is 10 35 cm -2 s -1 at 2 GeV

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super c tau in novosibirsk

Super-c-tau in Novosibirsk


Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics


International Workshop on e+e- collisions

from Phi to Psi

September 19-22, 2011

  • Beam energy from 1.0 to 2.5 GeV
  • Peak luminosity is 1035 cm-2s-1 at 2 GeV
  • Electrons are polarized longitudinally at IP
  • Energy calibration by Compton backscattering

(~(5  10)10-5)

A.Bogomyagkov (BINP)

  • Two rings with Crab Waist collision scheme and single interaction point
  • Sub-mm y at IP
  • Preserving of emittance and damping times through the whole energy range to optimize the luminosity
  • 5 Siberian snakes to obtain the longitudinally polarized electrons for the whole energy range
  • Highly effective positron source (50 Hz top-up injection)
  • Polarized electron source
  • 2.5 GeV full energy linac

A.Bogomyagkov (BINP)

crab waist
Crab Waist

(P.Raimondi 2006)

  • Large Piwinski’s angle (z/x∙/2) – to decrease the overlapping area
  • Low y – luminosity increase
  • Crab waist – to suppress betatron resonances (sextupoles in phase with IP)

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main ring scheme
Main ring scheme

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facility scheme
Facility scheme

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optical functions
Optical functions

IP: y=0.8 mm, x=40 mm

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final focus
Final focus

Compensation Solenoid

Detector Yoke


Anti Solenoid





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final focus1
Final focus

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qd0 quadrupole
QD0 quadrupole
  • SC iron yoke twin aperture magnet
  • Excitation current 8.5 kA·turns
  • Single aperture 2 cm
  • Gradient 10.7 kGs/cm
  • Length 20 cm
  • Prototype production has started!

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radiation parameters
Radiation parameters

4x1.5m Wigglers @ 50 kGs λ=20cm

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damping wiggler
Damping wiggler

Wiggler field amplitude vs energy

Wiggler prototype is ready

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polarized electron source
Polarized electron source

In 1995 this kind of PES was developed by BINP for NIKHEF (Amsterdam).

Well-known technology!

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polarization scheme
Polarization scheme

Arrows show the electrons spin direction

Electrons come from polarized source and 2.5 GeV linac

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polarization degree versus energy
Polarization degree versus energy

5 snakes

3 snakes

1 snake

luminosity tune scan
Luminosity tune scan
  • CW advantage:
  • BB coupling resonances are suppressed
  • Wide red area corresponds to 1035 cm-2s-1

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beam beam simulation
Beam-Beam simulation

Working BB parameter

CW advantage: even for y = 0.2 there is no large beam blow-up and luminosity degradation. Safety margin for BB effects!

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energy acceptance
Energy acceptance

Energy bandwidth 2% with chromaticity corrected and all main nonlinearities (including the crab sextupoles) is obtained.

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dynamic aperture
Dynamic aperture

ΔE/E = 0

ΔE/E = -0.5%

ΔE/E = +0.5%

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injection facility
Injection facility

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FF region

Ready-built tunnel

Technical reg. (RF and injection)

Damping wiggler sections

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  • The lattice, meeting all main requirements (800 m y, chromatic correction, momentum bandwidth, longitudinal polarization, luminosity optimization for wide energy range, etc. ) is ready.
  • FF key element, twin-aperture SC quadrupole prototype is being manufactured.
  • Prototype of the damping wiggler is ready.
  • Civil construction is under way.
  • Detailed machine design and beam dynamics simulation is in progress.

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