Public Note / ACCDT / RTML ILC-NOTE-2007-012

Depolarization Studies in the International Linear Collider

Smith, J.C. (LEPP)

Abstract: Polarized positron and electron beams are ideal for searching for new physics at the International Linear Collider (ILC). In order to properly orient and preserve the polarization of both beams at the Interaction Point (IP), the beam polarization must be manipulated by a series of spin rotators along the beam line. Furthermore, the polarization for both beams at the IP should be known with a relative uncertainty of about 0.5% or better, therefore, all sources of depolarization along the ILC should be identified. Polarization studies between Damping Ring extraction and the Interaction Point will be presented in this report.

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Accelerator Design & Technology > ILC Beamline Areas > Beam Delivery System (BDS)
Accelerator Design & Technology > ILC Beamline Areas > Ring-to-Main-Linac (RTML)
Accelerator Design & Technology > ILC Beamline Areas > Main Linac
Physics & Detectors > Detector Components > Polarimetry
Documentation > Publications & Notes > ILC Notes
Accelerator Design & Technology > ILC General


 Record created 2007-04-02, last modified 2008-09-22

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