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|Public Note / ACCDT / DR||ILC-NOTE-2010-056|
Abstract: A new lattice design for the ILC damping ring has been developed since the beginning of 2008 as a lower cost alternative to the previous OCS6 design. The lattices for the electron and positron damping rings are identical, and are designed to provide an intense, 5 GeV beam with low emittance at extraction. The latest design, presented in this paper, provides sufficient dynamic aperture for the large positron beam at injection. The lattice also meets the engineering requirements for arrangement of the positron ring directly above the electron ring in the same tunnel.
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