Author: Gobin, R.
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THPB031 Status Report on the French High-intensity Proton Injector Project at SACLAY (IPHI) 921
  • B. Pottin, M. Desmons, A. France, R. Gobin, O. Piquet
    CEA/DSM/IRFU, France
  The construction of IPHI (High Power Proton Accelerator) is in its final step of installation. The high intensity light ion source (SILHI) has been built first to produce regularly CW high intensity (over 100 mA) proton beams. The low energy front end of IPHI is based on a 352 MHz, 6 m long Radiofrequency Quadrupole (RFQ) cavity. The RFQ will accelerate beam up to 100 mA with energy up to 3 MeV. A diagnostics line has been designed to measure all the main characteristics of the beam at the RFQ output. In this paper we will present the status for the main components of the injector, in particularly the RFQ fabrication and the RF power facilities.  
FR1A02 Light Ion ECR Sources State of the Art for Linacs 1055
  • R. Gobin
    CEA/IRFU, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
  • N. Chauvin, O. Delferrière, O. Tuske, D. Uriot
    CEA/DSM/IRFU, France
  Since the middle of the 90’s development of high intensity light ion injectors are undertaken at CEA-Saclay. The first 100 mA proton beam has been produced by the SILHI ECR source in the framework of the IPHI project. Ever since, more than 100 mA of protons or deuteron beams, with high purities, have been regularly produced in pulsed or continuous mode, and with very good beam characteristics analyzed in dedicated beam diagnostics. CEA-Saclay is currently involved in several high intensity LINAC projects such as Spiral2, IFMIF-EVEDA and FAIR, and is in charge of their source and LEBT design and construction. This article reports the latest developments and experimental results carried out at CEA-Saclay for the 3 projects. In addition, a review of the developments and beam results performed in other laboratories worldwide will be also presented.  
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