Keyword: antiproton
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MOB3CO04 High Luminosity 100 TeV Proton-Antiproton Collider ion, proton, collider, quadrupole 45
  • S.J. Oliveros, J.G. Acosta, L.M. Cremaldi, T.L. Hart, D.J. Summers
    UMiss, University, Mississippi, USA
  The energy scale for new physics is known to be in the multi-TeV range, signaling the potential need for a collider beyond the LHC. A 1034 cm**−2 s**−1 luminosity 100 TeV proton-antiproton collider is explored. Prior engineering studies for 233 and 270 km circumference tunnels were done for Illinois dolomite and Texas chalk signaling manageable tunneling costs. At a ppbar the cross section for high mass states is of order 10x higher with antiproton collisions, where antiquarks are directly present rather than relying on gluon splitting. The higher cross sections reduce the synchrotron radiation in superconducting magnets, because lower beam currents can produce the same rare event rates. In our design the increased momentum acceptance (11 ± 2.6 GeV/c) in a Fermilab-like antiproton source is used with septa to collect 12x more antiprotons in 12 channels. For stochastic cooling, 12 cooling systems would be used, each with one debuncher/momentum equalizer ring and two accumulator rings. One electron cooling ring would follow. Finally antiprotons would be recycled during runs without leaving the collider ring, by joining them to new bunches with synchrotron damping.  
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