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Some Comments on Recent Tevatron Luminosity Performance

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Beams-doc-2685-v3
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Michael J. Syphers
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Michael J. Syphers
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12 Mar 2007, 17:04
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12 Mar 2007, 17:34
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Abstract:
The recent high-luminosity operation of the Tevatron has led some to question just how well the collider is running relative to its ultimate performance for the given set of operational parameters. To get a sense of where things reside, we consider stores in which the luminosity lifetime is governed solely by the rate at which particles are "consumed" through collisions. From this, we can estimate the integrated luminosity per week for such an ideal condition, or for when stores are intentionally ended early, and compare these results with current Tevatron operations.
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CDF D0 luminosity
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