Neutrino Factory Target and Capture System Optimization Studies

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The target station of the neutrino factory is designed to optimize the hadron capture and produce an intense muon beam as input to the front-end. The capture section consists of a series of solenoids that produce, in the present baseline, a tapered magnetic field to focus the charged hadrons produced at the target. The effect on the focusing by changing the geometry of the solenoids and the magnetic field taper are studied in comparison to the baseline Study-2a-setup. Other optimization studies on the particle production by changing the kinetic energy of the primary proton beam to the target are reported as well.

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