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1 Accelerator R&D towards eRHIC Yue Hao, C-AD For the eRHIC Team

2 eRHIC, linac-ring EIC Linac=ERL, or the luminosity is negligible The first proposed linac-ring collider –250GeV (p) *15.9 (e) @1.5e33 cm-2 s-1 Why linac-ring –Luminosity, remove the limitation of b-b parameter of e-beam –High spin polarization (e-beam) –Easy to upgrade –Easier synchronization with various ion energy. I. Ben-Zvi, J. Kewisch, J. Murphy and S. Peggs, Accelerator Physics Issues in eRHIC, NIM A463, 94 (2001), C-A/AP/14 (2000).

3 eRHIC Layout

4 Luminosity Defined by P SR = 12 MW Defined by  p = 0.015 Defined by  Q sp = 0.035

5 Beam Synchronization, Detail Ion at sub-TeV energies is not ultra- relativistic, Change in energy  velocity  frequency Linac-ring scheme enable a trick to adjust the frequency of RF to sychronize electron and ion at discrete ion energies Reduces the need of path lengthening. Ring-ring scheme can not take the trick.

6 eRHIC R&D efforts IR design, crab cavity and dynamic aperture Beam cooling – major R&D efforts, high priority R&D Polarization and Polarimetry (including electron polarimetry) Polarized 3 He production and acceleration Polarized electron source Superconducting RF system Multipass ERL and related beam dynamics FFAG energy recovery pass Linac-ring beam-beam interaction......

7 NS-FFAG Layout of the eRHIC Arc #2 #1 7.944 GeV #2 9.266 GeV #3 10.588 GeV #4 11.910 GeV #5 13.232 GeV #6 14.554 GeV #7 15.876 GeV #8 17.198 GeV #9 18.520 GeV #10 19.842 GeV #11 21.164 GeV Injector 0.012 GeV Linac 1.322 GeV Arc #1 #1 1.334 GeV #2 2.565 GeV #3 3.978 GeV #4 5.300 GeV #5 6.622 GeV 7.944 – 15.876 GeV * 21GeV Design, Jan'14

8 Trajectory in FFAG 2.5819 m 0.90805 m Half of 1.09855 m 21.164 GeV 19.824 GeV 18.520 GeV 17.198 GeV 15.876 GeV 14.554 GeV 13.232 GeV 11.910 GeV 10.588 GeV 9.266 GeV 7.944 GeV θ D =3.057567mrad B D =0.1932 T, G d =-49.515 T/m ρ D =296.985 m x(mm) θ F =3.699017 mrad ρ F =296.984 m B f = 0.1932 T, G f =49.515 T/m 5.02 - 7.5 B max [-0.178, 0.442 T] B max [-0.013, 0.4215 T] Other half of QF magnet 28.764 cm - 4.61 4.17 28.764 cm Half of 1.09855 m QFBD

9 Magnet for FFAG arcs

10 Two alternative magnets Permanent Magnet Iron (steel)

11 Bunch-by-Bunch BPM With fewer BPMs than magnets, the space between some FFAG magnets could be used entirely by a BPM; this design produces “stretched” output pulses (from 13 ps rms bunches) intrinsically in the BPM in-vacuum hardware 1.0 ns 1.18 ns = ½ 422 MHz rf wavelength = minimum FFAG bunch spacing long sampling platforms signal processing: use pair of 2 GSPS ADCs triggered ~ 200 ps apart

12 Multi-pass FFAG Prototype There is on-going plan to build a multi- pass FFAG Energy Recovery Linac prototype to prove the principle and the method of detecting and correcting the beam. –Energy of linac ~100MeV –# of passes: ~4

13 IR design Crab-cavities p e Forward detector components SC magnets

14 IR and DA 10 mrad crossing angle and crab-crossing 90 degree lattice and beta-beat in adjacent arcs (ATS) to reach beta* of 5 cm Combined function triplet with large aperture for forward collision products and with field-free passage for electron beam Only soft bends of electron beam within 60 m upstream of IP

15 Beam cooling, CEC PoP oTraditional stochastic cooling does not have enough bandwidth to cool intense proton beams (~ 3×10 11 /nsec). Efficiency of traditional electron cooling falls as a high power of hadron’s energy. Coherent Electron Cooling has a potential for high intensity beams including heavy ions. oResearch Goals: Develop complete package of computer simulation tools for the coherent electron cooling Demonstrate cooling of the ion beam Validate developed model Develop experimental experience with CeC system

16 Gun Beam Dump FEL Section Helical Wigglers Low Power Beam Dump Flag ICT Flag Linac Bunching Cavities Pepper Pot Modulator Section Kicker Section ParameterUnitsValue Electron EnergyMeV21.9 R.M.S. normalized emittancemm mrad5 Peak current in FELA60-100 R.M.S. momentum spread1.0×10 -3 Charge per bunchnC1-5 ParameterUnitsValue Ion’s EnergyGeV/u40 R.M.S. normalized emittance mm mrad2 R.M.S bunch lengthns1.5 R.M.S. momentum spread3.5×10 -4 Repetition ratekHz78.3 CEC PoP, cont’d

17 CEC PoP, anticipated results Ion bunch – 2 nsec Electron bunch – 10 psec After 60 sec After 250 sec After 650 sec r.m.s. length of the cooled part 80-120 ps. The cooling effects can be observed with oscilloscope 2 GHz or more bandwidth or spectrum analyzer with similar upper frequency Modeling of cooling is performed with betacool by A. Fedotov

18 CEC timeline CEC PoP RHIC ramp is developed Injection system (112 MHz gun, 500 MHz buncher) were installed. Main cavity (704MHz) is fabricated. Commission injector system in July 2014 Experiment starts 2015

19 Polarized e-source We are aiming at a high-current (50 mA), high- polarization electron gun for eRHIC. The principle we are aiming to prove is funneling multiple independent beams from 20 cathodes. External review was carried out in 2012. Next week, first HV conditioning and possibly first beam!

20 eRHIC will utilize five-cell 422 MHz cavities, scaled versions of the BNL3 704 MHz cavity developed for high current linac applications. Stability considerations require cavities with highly damped HOMs. The HOM power is estimated at 12 kW per cavity at a beam current of 50 mA and 12 ERL passes. Apply funding to build prototype. 5-cell SRF cavity HOM ports FPC port HOM high-pass filter

21 Crab Cavity Development of a highly compact Double Quarter Wave Crab Cavity at 400 MHz. Prototype to be tested in the CERN SPS in 2016- 2017. Helium vessel Cavity FPC Input power waveguid es Tuning system Cryo jumper Thermal shielding (80K – nitrogen) Magnetic shielding

22 ERL test facility The BNL ERL objectives 20 MeV at >100 mA (500 mA capability). Experiment in progress, will see first photo-emission soon. Loop in Oct, 2014, project completes in 2016. All hardware in house, most installed

23 Electron beam disruption Ion Beam e

24 Summary There are many on-going simulation and experiment aiming on the challenge port of eRHIC. The design now is based on extensive simulations. R&D experiments are on-going, need few years to finish.


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