Sep 20 – 24, 2021
America/Vancouver timezone

The Design of ITRIP and Progress of Experimental Setup

Sep 23, 2021, 8:00 AM
20m
Parallel Session (Contributed Oral) talk Production of high intensity ion beams

Speaker

Wei Huang (Institute of Modern Physics)

Description

Highly charged ion sources play an important role in the advancement of heavy-ion accelerators worldwide. Driven by the needs of 100 µs to ms pulsed highly-charged heavy ions for new and existing accelerators, the conceptual design of an Ion Trap for high-Intensity Pulsed beams (ITRIP) was proposed and the proof of principle test has been taken at IMP. The ITRIP is designed to accumulate and convert a CW ion beam into a high-intensity short-pulsed ion beam with suitable compression ratios. Preliminary simulations have been performed and promising results have been obtained. To validate this idea, a test bench has been set up. This paper will present the design of ITRIP. The proof of principle setup as well as the preliminary test results will be specially discussed.

E-mail for contact person whuang@impcas.ac.cn
Funding Information National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 12025506)

Primary authors

Wei Huang (Institute of Modern Physics) Yuguo Liu (Institute of Modern Physics) Junwei Guo (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Mr Peng Zhang (Institute of Modern Physics) Xing FANG (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Mr Libin Li (Institute of Modern Physics) Mr Jiaqing Li (Institute of Modern Physics) Liangting Sun (Institute of Modern Physics, CAS)

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