Simulating off-momentum loss maps using SixTrack

Hector Garcia Morales, R. Bruce, D. Mirarchi, S. Redaelli, B. Salvachua, K.N. Sjøbak
2020
The Large Hadron Collider is designed to collide proton beams with unprece dented energy in order to extend the frontiers of the high-energy physics. The beam is not monochromatic and each particle deviates slightly from the nominal energy. These particles follow a different orbit around the ring and, in some cases, they can reach the aperture and may quench the superconducting magnets. Therefore, these particles must be safely removed from the machine before losses in cold sections occur. A
more » ... ections occur. A dedicated off-momentum collimation to capture these particles. In this paper we present a new set of tools to simulate off-momentum cleaning in order to better understand the dynamics of such particles and to try to improve the off-momentum collimation cleaning efficiency.
doi:10.23732/cyrcp-2018-002.163 fatcat:xi2p7kgl4ngttp37kok5i5tgle