Oleg B. Malyshev
The book “Vacuum in Particle Accelerators” is a one-of-a-kind guide that teaches readers how to develop and construct the most effective vacuum chambers.
This document (PDF), titled “Vacuum in Particle Accelerators: Modelling; Design and Operation of Beam Vacuum Systems,” provides a complete review of the ultra-high vacuum systems that are utilized in charge particle accelerators. The contributors to this ebook are recognized authorities in their profession, and as such, they focus on the modeling and construction of vacuum particle accelerators.
This ebook discusses the requirements for vacuum, identifies the sources of gas that can be found in vacuum chambers, and investigates the various ways for eliminating these gases. In addition to this, the book “Vacuum in Particle Accelerators” provides a comprehensive analysis of the mechanisms used to control the beam and the beam aperture. The final section of the textbook is dedicated to discussing the modeling strategies that can be used for vacuum chambers in a variety of different operating circumstances. This extremely useful guide:
- A discussion of vacuum systems used in charge particle accelerators is included here.
- Includes comments from a distinguished group of industry professionals gathered from across the world
- The systems, modeling, and design aspects of vacuum particle accelerators are discussed.
- Provides engineers and scientists with the most recent knowledge possible regarding the subject at hand.
- Information provided on topics such as vacuum requirements, cryogenic temperatures, beam-gas interactions, heavy-ion machines, and ion-induced pressure instability.
An indispensable reference, the ebook Vacuum Particle Accelerators provides a comprehensive investigation of vacuum systems as well as the modeling and design of charged particle accelerators. It was written for vacuum physicists, plasma physicists, vacuum engineers, engineering scientists, and materials scientists. Other readers include vacuum engineers.