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Arden A. Warner of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is listed as an author on the following documents:

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4675-v1 ASTA Machine Protection System Notes Arden A. Warner NML
30 Sep 2014
4521-v1 DEVELOPMENT OF A MACHINE PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR THE SUPERCONDUCTING BEAM TEST FACILITY AT FERMILAB Arden A. Warner NML
29 Jan 2014
4520-v1 DEVELOPMENT OF A MACHINE PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR FERMILAB’S ASTA FACILITY Arden A. Warner NML
29 Jan 2014
3961-v1 DEVELOPMENT OF A MACHINE PROTECTION SYSTEM FOR THE SUPERCONDUCTING BEAM TEST FACILITY AT FERMILAB Linden R Carmichael et al. ILCTA
NML
Instrumentation
Controls
30 Sep 2011
3918-v2 SRF Beam Test Facility Machine Protection System (MPS) Arden A. Warner Civil Construction
NML
26 Sep 2011
2934-v22 Project X Control System Requirements Suzanne Gysin et al. Controls
Project X
27 Feb 2008
2907-v1 Summary of OTR measurements taken at the exit of the acceleration tube Lionel R. Prost et al. Beam Instrumentation
Electron Cooling
19 Oct 2007
2908-v1 Highlights of the YAG measurements carried out October 9-13, 2007 Lionel R. Prost et al. Beam Instrumentation
Electron Cooling
19 Oct 2007
2846-v1 NML Machine Protection System (MPS) Arden A. Warner NML
02 Aug 2007
2550-v1 On the possibility of using the beam position at R01 to regulate the electron beam energy Lionel R. Prost et al. Electron Cooling
20 Nov 2006
2489-v1 OTR Measurements and Modeling of the Electron Beam Parameters at the E-cooling Facility Arden A. Warner Electron Cooling
OTR
29 Sep 2006
2488-v1 Beam Profile Diagnostics For the Fermilab Medium Energy Electron Cooler Arden A. Warner Muon Collider
Instrumentation
Electron Cooling
29 Sep 2006

Number of documents found: 12

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