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Personal Summary of Work Carried Out at Daresbury: ILC/CLIC, NLS, Alice and ITER

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Mohammad Eshraqi
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Mohammad Eshraqi
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18 Nov 2011, 16:09
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The main portion of my work, until recently, at Daresbury Lab was dominated by the ILC and CLIC collimation systems. Studies and experiments to measure wakefield effects and radiation damage were carried out and analyzed. A short collaboration with the ILC/CLIC positron target, using similar methods as the ones used to study the radiation damage for the spoilers, is also presented. Most of the energy from the scientists in Daresbury was, and still is, spent in the New Light Source (NLS) and ALICE, an energy recovery linac used for FEL and THz applications as well as an injector to EMMA, the world's first non-scaling FFAG. Here I will talk about some of the studies I did for NLS and my commissioning work for ALICE regarding the BLM and the "mysterious phase-shift issues". A collaboration with ITER to follow-up the construction of a slow-interlock prototype, for machine safety, and its posterior testing to assess its suitability is shown to finalize the talk.
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