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By Stanley Humphries Jr.

Addresses the subjects important to realizing high-power accelerators and high-brightness charged particle beams. offers a unified description of charged particle beams that's precise adequate to be used as a textual content and complete sufficient to face as a reference. This remedy of particle beam physics prepares scholars to learn the literature and to exploit accelerators successfully. Describes the elemental rules in the back of sleek beam purposes akin to stochastic cooling, high-brightness injectors and the loose electron laser. Designed to provide scholars with the severe considering talents worthwhile for the simplifications and problem-solving insights distinctive to collective physics difficulties. Serves as an self sufficient reference or because the significant other booklet to ideas of Charged Particle Acceleration to supply a programmed creation to the sphere of particle acceleration.

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Because of the adherence to fluid equations, the phase-space coordinates for a collection of particles is often called a phase fluid. The criterion for laminar flow is that the forces acting on particles are smooth. A force is smooth when the scale length for spatial force variations is long compared with the distance between particles. Similarly, if the force depends on velocity, the velocity scale for variations of a smooth force is larger than the velocity difference of adjacent particles in phase space.

10. Illustration of phase-volume conservation by the leapfrog method to advance particle positions and velocities. (a) Boundary around a group of neighboring particles in phase-space, with positions defined at time t and velocities defined at time t+)t/2. (b) Advancing the particle positions to time t+)t using the velocities at t+)t/2. (c) Advancing the particle velocities to time t+3)t/2 using forces calculated from the positions at time t+)t. compared to the average are retarded. The net effect of the third term in Eq.

This is not strictly correct — Liouville’s theorem refers to the conservation of the number of possible macrostates of a system of N particles plotted in a 6N-dimensional phase space. For a complete explanation, see H. Goldstein, Classical Mechanics (Addison-Wesley, New York, 1950), 266. 9. Illustration of phase-volume conservation - the boundary around the included group of particle orbit vectors changes shape with time but has the same area. The dashed line shows the orbit-vector trajectory of a particle at the center of the group.

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