Author: Gschwendtner, E.
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MOPPR046 CLIC Luminosity Monitoring 885
  • A. Apyan, L.C. Deacon, E. Gschwendtner, T. Lefèvre
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  • R. Appleby, S.C. Tygier
    UMAN, Manchester, United Kingdom
  The CLIC post-collision line is designed to transport the un-collided beams and the products of the collided beams with a total power of 14MW to the main beam dump. Luminosity monitoring for CLIC is based on high energy muons produced by bremsstrahlung photons in the main dump. Threshold Cherenkov counters are proposed for the detection of these muons. The expected rates and layout for these detectors is presented. Another method for luminosity monitoring is to directly detecting the bremsstrahlung photons in the post-collision line; Full Monte Carlo simulation has been performed to address its feasibility.  
WEXB02 Diagnostics for High Power Targets and Dumps 2096
  • E. Gschwendtner
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  High power targets and dumps are generally used for neutrino, antiproton, neutron and secondary beam production, or in waste management using intense beams. In order to guarantee an optimized and safe use of these targets and dumps, reliable instrumentation is needed; the diagnostics in high power beams around targets and dumps is reviewed. The suite of beam diagnostic devices used in such extreme environments is discussed, including their role in commissioning and operation. The handling and maintenance of the instrumentation components in high radiation areas will be addressed.  
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