Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science

A. Friedman, J. J. Barnard, R. J. Briggs, D. A. Callahan, George J Caporaso, C. M. Celata, R. C. Davidson, A. Faltens, L. Grisham, D. P. Grote, E. Henestroza, I. Kaganovich, E. P. Lee, R. W. Lee, M. Leitner, B. G. Logan, S. D. Nelson, C. L. Olson, G. Penn, L. R. Reginato & 10 others T. Renk, D. Rose, A. Sessler, J. W. Staples, M. Tabak, C. Thoma, W. Waldron, D. R. Welch, J. Wurtele, S. S. Yu

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Abstract

The Heavy Ion Fusion Virtual National Laboratory is developing the intense ion beams needed to drive matter to the High Energy Density regimes required for Inertial Fusion Energy and other applications. An interim goal is a facility for Warm Dense Matter studies, wherein a target is heated volumetrically without being shocked, so that well-defined states of matter at 1 to 1.0 eV are generated within a diagnosable region. In the approach we are pursuing, low to medium mass ions with energies just above the Bragg peak are directed onto thin target "foils," which may in fact be foams with mean densities 1% to 10% of solid. This approach complements that being pursued at GSI Darmstadt, wherein high-energy ion beams deposit a small fraction of their energy in a cylindrical target. We present the beam requirements for Warm Dense Matter experiments. We discuss neutralized drift compression and final focus experiments and modeling. We describe suitable accelerator architectures based on Drift-Tube Linac, RF, single-gap, loni/ation-Front Accelerator, and Pulse-Line Ion Accelerator concepts. The last of these is being pursued experimentally. Finally, we discuss plans toward a user facility for target experiments.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference
Pages339-343
Number of pages5
Volume2005
DOIs
StatePublished - 2005
Externally publishedYes
EventParticle Accelerator Conference, PAC 2005 - Knoxville, TN, United States
Duration: May 16 2005May 20 2005

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OtherParticle Accelerator Conference, PAC 2005
CountryUnited States
CityKnoxville, TN
Period5/16/055/20/05

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Friedman, A., Barnard, J. J., Briggs, R. J., Callahan, D. A., Caporaso, G. J., Celata, C. M., ... Yu, S. S. (2005). Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science. In Proceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (Vol. 2005, pp. 339-343). [1590428] https://doi.org/10.1109/PAC.2005.1590428

Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science. / Friedman, A.; Barnard, J. J.; Briggs, R. J.; Callahan, D. A.; Caporaso, George J; Celata, C. M.; Davidson, R. C.; Faltens, A.; Grisham, L.; Grote, D. P.; Henestroza, E.; Kaganovich, I.; Lee, E. P.; Lee, R. W.; Leitner, M.; Logan, B. G.; Nelson, S. D.; Olson, C. L.; Penn, G.; Reginato, L. R.; Renk, T.; Rose, D.; Sessler, A.; Staples, J. W.; Tabak, M.; Thoma, C.; Waldron, W.; Welch, D. R.; Wurtele, J.; Yu, S. S.

Proceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference. Vol. 2005 2005. p. 339-343 1590428.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Friedman, A, Barnard, JJ, Briggs, RJ, Callahan, DA, Caporaso, GJ, Celata, CM, Davidson, RC, Faltens, A, Grisham, L, Grote, DP, Henestroza, E, Kaganovich, I, Lee, EP, Lee, RW, Leitner, M, Logan, BG, Nelson, SD, Olson, CL, Penn, G, Reginato, LR, Renk, T, Rose, D, Sessler, A, Staples, JW, Tabak, M, Thoma, C, Waldron, W, Welch, DR, Wurtele, J & Yu, SS 2005, Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science. in Proceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference. vol. 2005, 1590428, pp. 339-343, Particle Accelerator Conference, PAC 2005, Knoxville, TN, United States, 5/16/05. https://doi.org/10.1109/PAC.2005.1590428
Friedman A, Barnard JJ, Briggs RJ, Callahan DA, Caporaso GJ, Celata CM et al. Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science. In Proceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference. Vol. 2005. 2005. p. 339-343. 1590428 https://doi.org/10.1109/PAC.2005.1590428
Friedman, A. ; Barnard, J. J. ; Briggs, R. J. ; Callahan, D. A. ; Caporaso, George J ; Celata, C. M. ; Davidson, R. C. ; Faltens, A. ; Grisham, L. ; Grote, D. P. ; Henestroza, E. ; Kaganovich, I. ; Lee, E. P. ; Lee, R. W. ; Leitner, M. ; Logan, B. G. ; Nelson, S. D. ; Olson, C. L. ; Penn, G. ; Reginato, L. R. ; Renk, T. ; Rose, D. ; Sessler, A. ; Staples, J. W. ; Tabak, M. ; Thoma, C. ; Waldron, W. ; Welch, D. R. ; Wurtele, J. ; Yu, S. S. / Highly compressed ion beams for high energy density science. Proceedings of the IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference. Vol. 2005 2005. pp. 339-343
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