CBETA: The Cornell/BNL 4-Turn ERL with FFAG Return Arcs for eRHIC Prototyping

Georg Hoffstaetter, John Barley, Adam Bartnik, Ivan Bazarov, Ilan Ben-Zvi, J. Scott Berg, Stephen Brooks, John Dobbins, David Douglas, Bruce Dunham, Ralf Eichhorn, Richard Gallagher (+23 others)
2017
Cornell University has prototyped technology essential for any high brightness electron ERL. This includes a DC gun and an SRF injector Linac with world-record current and normalized brightness in a bunch train, a high-current CW cryomodule, a high-power beam stop, and several diagnostics tools for high-current and high-brightness beams, e.g. slid measurements for 6-D phase-space densities, a fast wire scanner for beam profiles, and beam loos diagnostics. All these are now available to equip a
more » ... ne-cryomodule ERL, and laboratory space has been cleared out and is radiation shielded to install this ERL at Cornell. BNL has designed a multi-turn ERL for eRHIC, where beam is transported more than 20 times around the RHIC tunnel. The number of transport lines is minimized by using two non-scaling (NS) FFAG arcs. A collaboration between BNL and Cornell has been formed to investigate the new NS-FFAG optics and the multi-turn eRHIC ERL design by building a 4-turn, one-cryomodule ERL at Cornell. It has a NS-FFAG return loop built with permanent magnets and is meant to accelerate 40mA beam to 200MeV.
doi:10.18429/jacow-linac2016-tuop02 fatcat:4eobuu4rrzay5b3oeq55u5eizq