Author: Stazyk, W.
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MOPPT016 Configurable 1 MeV Test Stand Cyclotron for High Intensity Injection System Development 67
  • F.S. Labrecque, F.S. Grillet, B.F. Milton, L. AC. Piazza, W. Stazyk, S.L. Tarrant
    BCSI, Vancouver, Canada
  • J.R. Alonso, D. Campo
    MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
  • L. Calabretta
    INFN/LNS, Catania, Italy
  • M.M. Maggiore
    INFN/LNL, Legnaro (PD), Italy
  In order to study and optimize the ion source and injection system of our multiple cyclotron products, Best® Cyclotron Systems Inc. (BCSI) has assembled in its Vancouver office a 1 MeV cyclotron development platform. To accommodate different injection line configurations, the main magnet median plane is vertically oriented and rail mounted which also allows easy access to the inner components. In addition, the main magnet central region is equipped with interchangeable magnetic poles, RF elements, and inflector electrodes in order to replicate the features of the simulated cyclotrons. Multiple diagnostic devices are available to fully characterize the beam along the injection line and inside the cyclotron. This paper will describe the design of two system configurations: the 60 MeV H2+ for the DAEΔALUS experiment (MIT, BEST, INFN-LNS) and the BCSI 70 MeV H cyclotron.