Development of Cogging at the Fermilab Booster

Kiyomi Seiya, Salah Chaurize, Craig Drennan, William Pellico, A. Kent Triplett, Alex Waller, Schaa, Volker RW (Ed.), Petit-Jean-Genaz, Christine (Ed.), Arduini, Gianluigi (Ed.), Michel, Peter (Ed.)
2014
The development of magnetic cogging is part of the Fermilab Booster upgrade within the Proton Improvement Plan (PIP). The Booster is going to send 2.25·10¹⁷ protons/hour which is almost double the present flux, 1.4·10¹⁷ protons/hour to the Main Injector (MI) and Recycler (RR). The extraction kicker gap has to synchronize to the MI and RR injection bucket in order to avoid a beam loss at the rising edge of the extraction and injection kickers. Magnetic cogging is able to control the revolution
more » ... ol the revolution frequency and the position of the gap using the magnetic field from dipole correctors while radial position feedback keeps the beam at the central orbit. The new cogging is expected to reduce beam loss due to the orbit changes and reduce beam energy loss when the gap is created. The progress of the magnetic cogging system development is going to be discussed in this paper.
doi:10.18429/jacow-ipac2014-wepro069 fatcat:tnlaaprqwvhnvei6apqcpcejay