High Intensity Muon Sources

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ContributionsYoshitaka Kuno (Editor), Takeichiro Yokoi (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages328
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Open LibraryOL9195256M
ISBN 109810244487
ISBN 109789810244484

A high-power proton source with proton energies between 1 and GeV would produce intense neutrino sources and beams illuminating near detectors on the Fermilab site and massive detectors at distant underground laboratories. • Kaon, muon, .   The E34 experiment aims to measure g-2 with a precision of ppm and search EDM with a sensitivity to e*cm with high intensity proton driver at J-PARC and a newly developed novel technique of the ultra-cold muon beam. Introductory Muon Science Muons are unstable elementary particles that are found in space, and which can also be produced with a billion times that intensity by particle accelerators. This book describes the various applications of muons across the spectrum of the sciences and engineering. The MOU targets collaborative R&D on superconducting radio frequency (SRF) technologies as applied to high-intensity proton linear accelerators (linacs). The scope of collaboration includes development of the accelerator physics designs for superconducting linacs, cavities and cryomodules at various frequencies, SRF infrastructure, RF power.

  High-Intensity Lasers and High-Field Phenomena (HILAS) 20 - 22 March 20 March Hilton Long Beach, Long Beach, California United States HILAS is a topical meeting highlighting the dramatic recent advances in research on high field optical science and high intensity sources. Future Muon Sources. Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th January , University of Huddersfield, George Buckley Lecture Theatre. Directions to University of Huddersfield. A workshop will be held at the University of Huddersfield to discuss the development and application of future Muon sources. The. Introductory Muon Science 1st Edition by Kanetada Nagamine (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: Muon Physics The muon is an elementary particle and one of the fundamental constituents of matter. Muons are very similar to electrons, apart from the fact that a muon has about times more mass than an electron. Due to their mass muons are unstable and decay by the weak force almost exclusively into an.

measurement without distortion caused by the high instantaneous rates that are inherent to a pulsed source following muon implantation. The number of elements chosen was well matched to then typical ISIS beam currents, with each muon pulse containing ˘ muons, corresponding to an average of 3 hits per ISIS frame per detector over the entire Cited by: The fake rate of these muon candidates is high and they should not be used when muon purity is essential. A typical use case for "calo muons" is the reconstruction of the J/ψ decaying to low-momentum muons that have little or no information in the muon system, thus improving signal to background ratio compared with the inner tracks. The muon is a fundamental particle that is part of the Standard Model of particle is a type of lepton particle, similar to the electron but with a heavier mass. The mass of a muon is about MeV/ c 2, which is about times the mass of an also possesses a negative charge and a spin of 1/2.

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Description; Chapters; Supplementary; This volume presents the possibility of high intensity muon sources whose intensity would be at least 10 4 higher than that available now.

Scientific opportunities anticipated with such sources are search for muon lepton flavor violation, measurements of the muon anomalous magnetic moment and the electric dipole moment. Muon spin spectroscopy is an experimental technique based on the implantation of spin-polarized muons in matter and on the detection of the influence of the atomic, molecular or crystalline surroundings on their spin motion.

The motion of the muon spin is due to the magnetic field experienced by the particle and may provide information on its local environment in a very. KEK International Workshop on High Intensity Muon Sources: Tsukuba, Japan, December Description: This volume presents the possibility of high intensity muon sources whose intensity would be at least higher than that available now.

Scientific opportunities anticipated with such sources are search for muon lepton flavor violation, measurements of the muon anomalous magnetic moment and the electric dipole moment, neutrino. Get this from a library. KEK International Workshop on High Intensity Muon Sources: Tsukuba, Japan, December [Y Kuno; Takeichiro Yokoi; Kō-enerugī Kasokuki Kenkyū Kikō (Japan);] -- This volume presents the possibility of high intensity muon sources whose intensity would be at least higher than that available now.

Scientific opportunities anticipated with. We discuss possible designs for a high-intensity, stand-alone muon source dedicated to and fully optimised for μ SR studies.

In particular, we focus upon the potential implementation of a new generation of high-power, but relatively compact and cost effective, proton drivers based on non-scaling fixed-field alternating gradient (ns-FFAG) accelerator by: 1. Employing intense muon sources to carry out forefront low energy research, such as the search for muon - number non-conservation, or for the purpose of providing intense high energy neutrino beams (V factory) represents very interesting possibilities.

High intensity muon: production, capture, cooling, acceleration andAuthor: Z. Parsa. Current areas of research that are of interest at FNAL include (but are not limited to): stochastic and electron cooling, high intensity proton beams, high intensity neutrino sources, muon storage rings, superconducting magnets, superconducting RF, linear colliders, high luminosity hadron colliders, beam-beam effects and their compensation.

Scientists have studied by muon spin resonance the helical ground state and fluctuating chiral phase recently observed in the MnGe chiral magnet.» read more High Intensity Muon Sources book From: ISIS Muons The 15th International Conference on Muon Spin Rotation, Relaxation and Resonance (µSR) is coming in one year time.

Quasi-continuous muon sources allow high-precision measurement of the time interval between the arrival of the muon and its decay. However, the requirement in most experiments that each muon decay before the next is admitted to the sample limits.

Production target and muon collection studies for an experimental muon source at CSNS H.T. Jinga,n, C. Menga, J.Y. Tanga,c,nn, B.J.

Yeb, J.L. Suna a Institute of High High Intensity Muon Sources book Physics, CAS, BeijingPR China b Department of Modern Physics, University of Science and Technology of China, AnhuiPR China c National Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory.

Figure 1:Conceptual diagram of the proposed high-intensity muon source. Target Optimization The basic concept for the Target System for a Muon Collider as a solid or liquid-metal target that intercepts the proton beam inside a high-field solenoid magnet to capture both signs of secondary particles emerged already in [5].

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During the three weeks at Snowmass, there were about 50 presentations, covering a wide. @article{osti_, title = {Physics with a High Intensity Proton Source at Fermilab: Project X Golden Book}, author = {Appel, Jeffrey and /Fermilab and Asner, David and /Carleton U.

and Bigi, Ikaros and /Notre Dame U. and Bryman, Douglas and /British Columbia U. and Buras, Andrzej and /Munich, Tech. and Carena, Marcela /Fermilab and. IITNov00 Prospects for High Intensity Muon Facility at RAL 16/17 Phase II: A High Intensity Muon Beam Muons at ISIS • Decay/muon capture channel not yet studied but perhaps possible to keep between 10% and 50% of the muons: ~ muons in ns bunch • Tight bunching possible by lowering RF field early in acceleration cycle.

Technique to be. Diamond Light Source (or Diamond) is the UK's national synchrotron light source science facility located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in purpose is to produce intense beams of light whose special characteristics are useful in many areas of scientific research.

In particular it can be used to investigate the structure and properties of a wide Headquarters: Chilton, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

Department of the PSI Division Research with Neutrons and Muons, NUM The Laboratory for Muon Spin Spectroscopy (LMU) at the Paul Scherrer Institute is responsible for the scientific exploitation, operation and development of muon-spin spectroscopy instruments at the Swiss Muon Source (SµS).

A study of lepton flavour violation and neutrino oscillation with high intensity muon and neutrino sources. It addresses: theoretical models; the status of various experiments; leptogenesis; atmospheric neutrinos; neutrino oscillation phenomenology; double.

A complex in which a positive muon is orbited by an electron. It generally occurs as a result of muons implanting into an insulating sample (and thus they are never seen in metallic samples).

It is considered as a light isotope of hydrogen. Muons are unstable elementary particles that are found in space, which can also be produced in particle accelerators to an intensity a billion times greater than that occurring naturally.

This book describes the various applications of muons across the spectrum of the sciences and by: • High-E neutrons best shielded with high-Z material, followed by low-Z material • Avoid EM shower in concrete shielding • High Z for photons • High hydrogen content for neutrons • Usually steel or lead for photons • Concrete for neutrons and photons • Polyethylene (with boron) for low-energy neutrons • High-Z muon shield at 0º.

The luminosity of the collider is evaluated for three alternative muon sources - the PS synchrotron, one of a type developed by the US Muon Accelerator Program (MAP) and a. Atmospheric Muons. Most muons observed at the surface of the Earth are produced by primary cosmic rays in the upper atmosphere.

They are the most numerous energetic particles arriving at sea level, with a flux of about 1 muon per square centimeter per minute. This can be compared to a solar neutrino flux of about 5 x 10 6 per square centimeter.

propagating pulses of high-intensity high-energy particle beams in pre-existing or self-generated plasmas. Consideration is given to beams of electrons, protons, muons, and their antiparticles, as well as to neutral-hydrogen, positronium, and electron-positron-plasmoid beams.

The first part is a syste matic overview of theCited by:   A version of this experiment, known as "Muon g-2," ran at Brookhaven Lab in the late s and early s, producing a series of results indicating a discrepancy between the measurement and the.

Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / X-ray FELs are high-intensity light sources of a special nature that can be used for unique science tasks related to their short wavelength Muon and Pion Pairs.

Muons and pions are heavier than electrons ( and times, respectively) so that their production. Nuclear Fission []. The low natural decay rate of some elements can be increased by artificial means. A Nuclear Reactor is a device for doing this in a controlled way for the production of energy.

The two main ways to do this are Nuclear Fission, the splitting of heavy nucleii into smaller parts, and Nuclear Fusion, the merger of lighter nucleii to form a heavier one. Nuclear techniques have played an important role in the studies of materials over the past several decades.

For example, X-ray diffraction, neutron diffraction, neutron activation, and particle- or photon-induced X-ray emission techniques have been used extensively for the elucidation of structural and compositional details of : Jag J.

Singh. Muon flux. Measuring the flux of muons of cosmic ray origin at different heights above the earth is an important time dilation experiment in relativity. Muon rate at sea level can be estimated as slightly less than one muon per square centimeter, per minute, per steradian.

r = s-1 cm-2 sr   A review of the experimental and theoretical determinations of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon is given. The anomaly is defined by a = (g − 2)/2, where the Landé g-factor is the proportionality constant that relates the spin to the magnetic the muon, as well as for the electron and tauon, the anomaly a differs slightly from zero (of the order 10.

One of the advantages offered by pulsed-polarized sources of muons, such as the ISIS Facility at RAL (UK), is the possibility to apply external fields, synchronous to the muon pulse, with a.Project X is a proposed high-intensity proton accelerator at Fermilab.

Its main purpose is to provide an intense proton beam for a number of kaon, muon, neutrino, and nuclear physics experiments. Ultimately, the Project X accelerator could serve as the front end of a muon collider and deliver an abundance of protons, the raw material for.Muon Experiment The measurement of the flux of muons at the Earth's surface produced an early dilemma because many more are detected than would be expected, based on their short half-life of microseconds.

This is a good example of the application of relativistic time dilation to explain the increased particle range for high-speed particles. Non-Relativistic.