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TOWARDS A NEW LHC INTERACTON REGION DESIGN FOR A LUMINOSITY UPGRADE

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Tanaji Sen
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Tanaji Sen
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20 Jun 2003, 17:24
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Abstract:
After the LHC operates for several years at nominal pa-rameters, it will be necessary to upgrade it for higher lu-minosity. Replacing the low-beta insertions with a higher performance design based on advanced superconducting magnets is one of the most straightforward steps in this direction. Preliminary studies show that, with magnet technology that is expected to be developed by early in the next decade, a factor of 2 to 5 reduction in beta* could be achieved with new insertions, as part of an upgrade aimed at a factor of 10 luminosity increase. In this paper we sur-vey several possible second generation LHC interaction regions designs, which address the expected limitations on LHC performance imposed by the baseline insertions
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PAC 2003 held from 12 May 2003 to 16 May 2003 in Portland, Oregon
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