Author: Guiducci, S.
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TUPME008 Beam Dynamics Studies for the Injection System of a High Luminosity Flavour Factory 1577
  • D. Pellegrini
    CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
  • M.E. Biagini, S. Guiducci
    INFN/LNF, Frascati (Roma), Italy
  The requirements, in terms of average luminosity and lifetimes, of high luminosity e+e colliders such as the Flavor factories, pose stringent constraints to the design of the injection complex. For the SuperB B-factory project at Tor Vergata, Italy, a design was developed to deliver full energy bunches (4.2 GeV e- and 6.7 GeV e+) to the main rings every 30 ms aiming at a high and nearly constant luminosity. The system included a polarized electron gun, a positron production system, linac sections, a Damping Ring (DR) and transfer lines connecting to the collider Main Rings (MR). After the decision, due to budget issues, to rescale the project to a lower energy (2.3 GeV/beam) for a tau/charm flavour factory, the same design principles have been applied. In this paper beam dynamics studies from the DR to the MR entrance is presented, including optimization of the transfer lines and of the bunch compressor. A start to end simulation shows that the beam quality satisfies theinjection requirements, even in the presence of energy errors and collective effects like CSR and wakefields.