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Proceedings of the 1997 Particle Accelerator Conference (Cat. No.97CH36167)
KEKB, KEK B-Factory, is an asymmetric energy, tworing, electron-positron collider for B-physics, and is now under construction at KEK. Machine study done at the accumulation ring, AR, of TRISTAN, in 1996 showed that HOM-free normal-conducting cavities, called ARES, and superconducting, single-cell, single-mode cavities being developed could be used for KEKB. Fast beam-ion instability was also studied experimentally. Installation of equipment in the tunnel started in February 1997. Commissioningdoi:10.1109/pac.1997.749657 fatcat:26wdl6kmozcnfi6zcz7b7s3ysq