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4281-v1 Design of the Booster transverse damper. Timofey Zolkin Beam Dynamics
PIP
30 Jan 2013
2529-v1 Reducing the momentum spread of 8-GeV Booster beams via the excitation of the bunch length oscillation (simulation results) Alexandr Drozhdin et al. Booster
Longitudinal Dynamics
Technology
18 Oct 2006
1892-v1 Recycler Transverse Damper Status James L. Crisp Beam Dynamics
Instabilities
BPM
BPM
Dampers
06 Jul 2005
1597-v1 The Tevatron in January 2005 Cheng-Yang Tan Tevatron Tune
Longitudinal Dynamics
Beam Studies
Studies
Run II
Instrumentation
Dampers
03 Mar 2005
957-v1 Tevatron Transverse Dampers and Head-Tail effects Alexey Burov et al. C0 Lambertson Replacement
chromaticity
Transverse Dynamics
Run II
Dampers
30 Dec 2003
77-v1 Instrumentation Requirements for the Fermilab Main Injector David E. Johnson Beam Instrumentation
Beam Dynamics
23 Jun 2003
605-v1 MI/RR Damper George W. Foster et al. Dampers
Run II
Dampers
16 May 2003
531-v1 Notes for MI/RR Group Meeting of 24 March 2003 Daniel R. Broemmelsiek et al. MI-RR-Group
Dampers
Studies
25 Mar 2003
530-v1 Longitudinal Dampers for the Main Injector George W. Foster et al. Dampers
Beam Instrumentation
25 Mar 2003
386-v1 Notes for MI/RR Group Meeting of 4 Nov 2002 Bruce C. Brown MI-RR-Group
Magnets
BPM
Lattice
14 Jan 2003
360-v1 Notes for MI/RR Group Meeting of 16 Sep 2002 Bruce C. Brown MI-RR-Group
RF
Beam Dynamics
13 Jan 2003
698-v1 Proton longitudinal emittance vs proton intensity during MI $2B cycle Ioanis Kourbanis et al. Beam Dynamics
04 Jan 2002
223-v1 MI Instrumentation: Layouts and Rack Layouts Gregory L. Vogel Controls
Beam Instrumentation
Schottky
BPM
21 Oct 1996
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