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Title Cleaning Insertions and Collimation Challenges
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Abstract High-performance collimation systems are essential for operating efficiently modern hadron machine with large beam intensities. In particular, at the LHC the collimation system ensures a clean disposal of beam halos in the super-conducting environment. The challenges of the HL-LHC study pose various demanding requests for beam collimation. In this paper we review the present collimation system and its performance during the LHC Run 1 in 2010–2013. Various collimation solutions under study to address the HL-LHC requirements are then reviewed, identifying the main upgrade baseline and pointing out advanced collimation concept for further enhancement of the performance.
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Book Chapter or Section In The High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider : The New Machine for Illuminating the Mysteries of Universe. Advanced Series on Directions in High Energy Physics 24 by O Brüning, L Rossi, chapter 13, 215-241. World Scientific, 2015. doi:10.1142/9789814675475_0013 2015
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