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Prior, C. R.

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TUXKI02 Recommendations from the International Scoping Study for a Neutrino Factory 681
  • C. R. Prior
    STFC/RAL/ASTeC, Chilton, Didcot, Oxon
  The International Scoping Study (ISS), a one-year review set up at the behest of CCLRC, aimed to lay the foundation for a planned international design study (IDS) for a neutrino factory or superbeam facility over the next three to five years. A team of experienced accelerator physicists were asked to examine the accelerator work carried out to date, identify a fully self-consistent and viable scenario, and specify areas for immediate study and R&D. The ISS Report, published in late 2006, makes recommendations for all parts of a Neutrino Factory complex, from the proton driver, through muon production and acceleration to the final decay ring, which directs the neutrino beams through the earth to far detectors. The paper describes these proposals, explaining the reasoning behind them, and outlines the work currently being undertaken in preparation for the IDS.  
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