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Title Design Of An Antiproton Recycler Ring
Abstract At present, the only place in the world where experiments utilizing low-energy antiprotons can be performed is the AD at CERN. The MUSASHI trap, as part of the ASACUSA collaboration, enables access to antiproton energies of a few hundreds of eV. Whilst the MUSASHI trap enables cutting-edge research, the available beam quality and luminosity is not sufficient for collision experiments on the level of differential cross sections. A small electrostatic ring, and associated electrostatic acceleration section, has been designed and developed by the QUASAR Group. It will serve as a prototype for the future ultra-low energy storage ring (USR), to be integrated at the facility for low-energy antiproton and ion research (FLAIR). This small antiproton recycler ring will be unique due to its combination of size, electrostatic nature and energy of the circulating particles. In this contribution, the design of the ring is described and details about the injection section are given.
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 2011 Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC'11), New York, USA, 28 Mar 2011 - 1 Apr 2011, CI Preprints, Cockcroft-11-06 (2011). Cockcroft-11-06.pdf 2011