To increase our knowledge of the universe, new particle accelerators are needed. One such possible future particle accelerator is the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC), in which a second beam is used for accelerating the primary beam. Stef Janssens investigates how quadrupole magnets in the CLIC’s primary beam can be equipped with stabilisation and precision positioning.
S.M.J. Janssens, Stabilisation and Precision Pointing Quadrupole Magnets in the Compact Linear Collider (CLIC).
Prof. F.L. Linde
Prof. J.F.J. van den Brand (VU/NIKHEF)
Dr A. Bertolini
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