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Overview and status of diagnostics for the ESS project

Shea, T. J. ; Baron, R. ; Cheymol, B. LU ; Derrez, C. ; Grandsaert, T. ; Jansson, A. ; Hassanzadegan, H. ; Dolenc-Kittelmann, I. ; Kocevor, H. and Molloy, S. LU , et al. (2018) 6th International Beam Instrumentation Conference, IBIC 2017 p.8-15
Abstract

The European Spallation Source, now under construction in Lund, Sweden, aims to be the world's most powerful pulsed neutron scattering facility. Driving the neutron source is a 5 MW superconducting proton linear accelerator operating at 4 percent beam duty factor and 14 Hz repetition rate. Nineteen partner institutions from across Europe are working with the Accelerator Division in Lund to design and construct the accelerator. The suite of accelerator instrumentation consists of over 20 unique system types developed by over 20 partners and collaborators. Although the organizational complexity presents challenges, it also provides the vast capabilities required to achieve the technical goals. At this time, the beam instrumentation team... (More)

The European Spallation Source, now under construction in Lund, Sweden, aims to be the world's most powerful pulsed neutron scattering facility. Driving the neutron source is a 5 MW superconducting proton linear accelerator operating at 4 percent beam duty factor and 14 Hz repetition rate. Nineteen partner institutions from across Europe are working with the Accelerator Division in Lund to design and construct the accelerator. The suite of accelerator instrumentation consists of over 20 unique system types developed by over 20 partners and collaborators. Although the organizational complexity presents challenges, it also provides the vast capabilities required to achieve the technical goals. At this time, the beam instrumentation team is in transition, completing the design phase while scaling up to the deployment phase. Commissioning of the ion source has commenced in Catania, preparations for installation on the Lund site are ramping up, and basic R&D on target instrumentation continues. Beam commissioning results from the systems immediately following the ion source will be presented, along with technical highlights and status of the many remaining instrumentation systems.

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Proceedings of the 6th International Beam Instrumentation Conference, IBIC 2017
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8 pages
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Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW)
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6th International Beam Instrumentation Conference, IBIC 2017
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Grand Rapids, United States
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2017-08-20 - 2017-08-24
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9783954501922
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10.18429/JACoW-IBIC2017-MO2AB2
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  abstract     = {<p>The European Spallation Source, now under construction in Lund, Sweden, aims to be the world's most powerful pulsed neutron scattering facility. Driving the neutron source is a 5 MW superconducting proton linear accelerator operating at 4 percent beam duty factor and 14 Hz repetition rate. Nineteen partner institutions from across Europe are working with the Accelerator Division in Lund to design and construct the accelerator. The suite of accelerator instrumentation consists of over 20 unique system types developed by over 20 partners and collaborators. Although the organizational complexity presents challenges, it also provides the vast capabilities required to achieve the technical goals. At this time, the beam instrumentation team is in transition, completing the design phase while scaling up to the deployment phase. Commissioning of the ion source has commenced in Catania, preparations for installation on the Lund site are ramping up, and basic R&amp;D on target instrumentation continues. Beam commissioning results from the systems immediately following the ion source will be presented, along with technical highlights and status of the many remaining instrumentation systems.</p>},
  author       = {Shea, T. J. and Baron, R. and Cheymol, B. and Derrez, C. and Grandsaert, T. and Jansson, A. and Hassanzadegan, H. and Dolenc-Kittelmann, I. and Kocevor, H. and Molloy, S. and Thomas, C. and Adli, E. and Poggi, M. and Ferianis, M. and Bustinduy, I. and Aden, P. and Papaevangenlou, T. and Marroncle, J. and Segui, L. and Vilcins, S. and Johannson, A. J.},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 6th International Beam Instrumentation Conference, IBIC 2017},
  isbn         = {9783954501922},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {8--15},
  publisher    = {Joint Accelerator Conferences Website (JACoW)},
  title        = {Overview and status of diagnostics for the ESS project},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.18429/JACoW-IBIC2017-MO2AB2},
  doi          = {10.18429/JACoW-IBIC2017-MO2AB2},
  year         = {2018},
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