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Garcia, F. G.

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TUPAS026 Operation and Performance of the New Fermilab Booster H- Injection System 1709
  • J. R. Lackey, F. G. Garcia, M. Popovic, E. Prebys
    Fermilab, Batavia, Illinois
  Funding: Work supported by the U. S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-76CH03000.

The operation and performance of the new, 15 Hz, H- charge exchange injection system for the FNAL Booster is described. The new system installed in 2006 was necessary to allow injection into the Booster at up to 15 Hz. It was built using radiation hardened materials which will allow the Booster to reliably meet the high intensity and repetition rate requirements of the Fermilab's HEP program. The new design uses three orbit bump magnets (Orbmps) rather than the usual four and permits injection into the Booster without a septum magnet. Injection beam line modification and compensation for the quadrupole gradients of the Orbmp magnets is discussed.