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Publication numberUS3128405 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 7, 1964
Filing dateJul 31, 1962
Priority dateJul 31, 1962
Publication numberUS 3128405 A, US 3128405A, US-A-3128405, US3128405 A, US3128405A
InventorsLambertson Glen R
Original AssigneeLambertson Glen R
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Extractor for high energy charged particles
US 3128405 A
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April 7, 1964 R. LAMBERTSON EXTRACTOR FOR HIGH ENERGY CHARGED PARTICLES 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 0 n s; m w 85mm m m w 5 w w i 9;. n. .A l. J GEE & wzEEEQm w mm 9 a M. u J B d e l i F GLEN R. LAMBERTSON April 1964 G. R. LAMBERTSON 3,123,405

EXTRACTOR FOR HIGH ENERGY CHARGED PARTICLES Filed July 51, 1962 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 FIG.5

INVENTOR GLEN R. LAMBERTSON United Sttes Patent 3,128,405 EXTRACTOR FOR HIGH ENERGY CGED PARTICLES Glen R. Lambertson, Oakland, Calif assignor to the United States of America as represented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission Filed .iuly 31, 1962, Ser. No. 213,827 7 Claims. (Cl. 313-62) This invention relates to a method and apparatus for accomplishing the extraction of particles from a beam of high energy charged particles and more particularly to a method and apparatus for separating small numbers of particles from a beam of high energy charged particles to achieve low counting rates in experiments using the extracted particles.

In high energy physics, it has been desirable to separate particles from a beam of high energy charged particles having energies on the order of several billion electron volts. Various proposals have been made and used to accomplish such separation including those arrangements shown in application Serial Numbers 16,902, filed March 22, 1960, now Patent No. 3,016,458, issued January 9, 1962; 41,708, filed July 8, 1960, now Patent No. 3,093,733, issued June 11, 1963; and 70,877, filed November 18, 1960, now Patent No. 3,056,023, issued September 25, 1962. While these arrangements have been useful and can accomplish the desired extraction, they have required the manufacture and assembly of expensive or complicated electronic guides around the beam and have been bulky or otherwise hard to handle or control. Furthermore, it has been difiicult, if not impossible, to use these devices for the separation of small numbers of particles at an angle to the beam to achieve low counting rates in experiments using the extracted particles or to use these devices for extraction of particles from a beam circulating along an axis in an endless evacuated tube such as provided in a synchrotron. A synchrotron is an accelerator having an annular particle-confining magnet array which is energized in synchronization with a radiofrequency acceleration means.

By this invention there is provided method and apparatus for the separation of high energy particles produced by accelerating devices operating in the multiple bev. range, such as the Brookhaven National Laboratory Alternating Gradient Synchrotron, referred to hereinafter as the Brookhaven A65. The method and construction involved in this invention utilize standard and well-known techniques and apparatus and are highly flexible for a wide range of applications, beam energies, counting rates and particle equilibrium axes including straight and end less particle equilibrium axes. More particularly, this invention contemplates the use of a magnetized ferromagnetic target to deflect particles from the beam. In one embodiment, the magnetized ferromagnetic target is located inside an evacuated chamber in which the beam is travelling along an equilibrium axis and the beam is moved relatively slowly into the target so that one or more high energy particles pass through the target and are deflected at an angle to the beam axis by the magnetic induction in the target. With the proper selection of target lengths through which the impacted particles pass and magnetic induction, as described in more detail hereinafter, it is possible by this invention to obtain the desired extraction.

It is, thus, a first object of this invention to provide a method and apparatus for the extraction of particles from a beam of high energy particles.

It is a further object of this invention to provide a magnetized ferromagnetic targeting system in which the extraction of particles from a beam of high energy particles takes place.

It is still a further object of this invention to provide the extraction of more particles from a high energy particle beam by magnetic deflection than by coulomb scattering.

Still another object of this invention is provision for handling of high energy charged particles produced in impacting a beam of high energy particles against a magnetized ferromagnetic target.

The above and further objects and novel features of this invention will appear more fully from the following detailed description when the same is read in connection with the accompanying drawings. It is to be expressly understood, however, that the drawings are not intended as a definition of the invention but are for the purpose of illustration only.

In the drawings where like parts are marked alike:

FIG. 1 is a diagrammatic illustration of the principles involved in this invention;

FIG. 2 is a partial isometric View of the magnetized target of FIG. 1;

FIG. 3 is a partial cross section of the magnetized target of FIG. 2;

FIG. 4 is a partial cross section of the septum magnet of FIG. 1;

FIG. 5 is a partial top view of a high energy beam source for the apparatus of FIG. 2, and particle handling apparatus for use therewith.

It is known that beams of high energy particles can be piped over long distances or around an endless orbit along an axis provided in an evacuated tube. An alternating gradient synchrotron beam source for a beam of protons travelling at close to the speed of light is shown and discussed in, The Brookhaven Alternating Gradient Synchrotron by John P. Blewett, which was printed in the 1960 International Convention Record. FIG. 5 of that paper illustrates the tubular vacuum chamber enclosing the beam to reduce scattering from air molecules. Focusing of a beam in this tube is based on the strong focusing or alternating gradient system which confines the beam along an equilibrium axis or orbit in the tube so that the beam does not hit the sides of the tube as it oscillates with a predetermined small betatron oscillation along this axis. In the Brookhaven 33 bev. proton AGS the wave length of this oscillation is 300 feet and the betatron frequency is 1-3 megacycles per second from injection to full beam energy Where the beam diameter is about .25 inch on the average. The beam position and diameter are determined with conventional probes.

As is well known, the protons in this AGS are injected at relatively low energy into an endless evacuated tube between confining and focusing magnets and the injected particles are accelerated by radiofrequency accelerating stations between other confining and focusing magnets in synchronization with a rising field in these magnets. This invention hereinafter described utilizes a beam source of this type supplying high energy particles into which a magnetized ferromagnetic target is impacted to magnetically deflect said particles at an angle to the beam equilibrium 3 axis or orbit for their removal from the beam and the tube.

In order to explain how the method and apparatus of this invention accomplish the function of extracting particles from a beam of high energy charged particles, reference is made to FIG. 1 wherein is illustrated an equilibrium axis 13 along which a beam 15 of high energy particles pass in bunches (as in an AGS 16 partially shown in FIG. Orientation of the figure is shown by arrow 17, which is disposed radially outwardly from a point (not shown) corresponding to the center of the beam orbit 13 in a synchrotron. The direction of the beam travel is represented by arrow 19. Particles in the beam 15, in passing through magnetized target 21, increase the betatron amplitude (distance from equilibrium axis 13) by both coulomb scattering and magnetic deflection. These amplitudes are given by:

1i 3X1O-4 Magnetic deflection amplitude=a V 2 BL R.M.S. coulomb scattering amplitude=a,

R 15 17 p v. /c. where R orbit radius (cm.)

v beatron frequency p=particle momentum (M.e.v./ c.)

B :magnetic induction (gauss) L==thickness of target cm.)

L =radiation length of target material (cm.)

( BZL:

and is independent of the details of the synchrotron. If the target material is a high magnetic saturation material such as an iron-cobalt alloy including the alloy sold under the trademark by the Allegheny Ludlum Steel Coporation, 'Permendur or Hyperco an induction of 20,000 gauss is readily allowed with low stray fields. Approximate properties of these alloys are:

Density,

p=8 g./cm. L g./m. Collision,

Length L =100 g/m.

For such materials, L min. is 3.3 cm. at B=20,000 gauss.

Advantageously, target 21 forms a longitudinally extending toroid as shown in FIG. 2 with a uniform cylindrical cross section and flat ends normal to its axis 43. This axis 43 is parallel to the beam axis 13. Annulus 45 of target 21 accommodates a hollow copper conductor 47 attached to a suitable direct current electrical power supply '49 and a suitable cooling water source (not shown) which circulates water in conductor 47 to cool target 21. These current and water supply means pass through the sides of modified vacuum enclosure "51 in a vacuum-tight manner and this enclosure 51 connects with tube 35 to enclose target 21 and insure the proper high vacuum in tube 35, which surrounds beam 15. "Energization of conductor 47 is conventional, and magnetizes target 21 to extract particles from beam 15 when impacted against the target 21.

Advantageously the outside of beam 15 is moved slowly into the outside of one end of target 21 so that particles from beam 1'5 pass through substantially the entire length L of the target 21 and come out the opposite end 21 at an angle to the beam axis 13. To move the beam inward, the beam acceleration is decreased while the confining magnets remain energized so that the beam ioses energy and spirals slowly inwardly in tube 35 and into the target 21. As is well known, the same system for controlling the increase in the radiofrequency accelerating power can be used to decrease and stop this power. With a one millisecond spillout (or an energy increase during a longer spillout), a normal spiral-in separation per turn of a few thousandths of an inch together with careful alignment of the target will provide complete traversals of particles through the target. For long 0.1 sec. constant energy beams, a standard scattering target 53 placed somewhat less than a quarter of a betatron wave length upstream from target 21, deflects panticles from beam 15 below the outer edge of the exposed side 55 of target 21 and into that side 55 for traversal of the target 21. It is also possible, as is known, to suddenly force target 21 (and target 53, if desired, simultaneously) into the outside of beam 15 to extract particles therefrom. To this end piston 56 suddenly forces target 21 into beam 15 by means of pressurized fluid from a source 57 which has a conventional solenoid valve and timer control for actuating the piston during each synchrotron cycle.

"Stray fields outside the magentized target 21 at 20,000 gauss are only up to about 40 gauss. This causes very small perturbation of the circulating beam .15. It is also possible to increase the magnetism thereof by at least 10% and to compensate for stray fields with field sources on the sides of target 21.

Referring further to FIG. '1, arrow 25 indicates the path p of particles which when beam 15 strikes target 21 are deflected magnetically. The extraction may be directly into an extraction channel 23 or into the aperture 27 of bending magnet 29' which has a thin septum 31 of width w. To miss this septum, the magnetic deflection is such that:

where a, is the betatron amplitude as determined with regard to axis 13, tor example, by conventional charged particle probes 33 in the side of evacuated tube 35 in which the beam 15 travels along axis 13 as shown in FIG. *2. -In a practical arrangement, values for an extractor target 21 in a 30 bev. AGS, including values of R and v, and values of L, a and a for a septum 3-1 of width w of 1 millimeter are:

R ('l0 cm. 1.285

1 8.25 R/11=(CH1.) 1,560 a,(cm.) 0.32 L(cm.) 5.8 a (cm.) 1.75 a (cm.) 1.32

The thin septum 31 of 1 millimeter thickness is advantageous in the deflecting magnet 29 as shown in FIG. 4. This magnet has cooling water channels 37 around conducting septum 31, and in copper magnet winding 39. Currents in septum 31 include pulsed current densities up to 10,000 amp./cm. giving a field of 1260 gauss over a useful gap of 0.5 cm.

The particles which are extracted from beam 15 by target 21 and passed through bending magnet 29 into a suitable extraction channel such as the channel 23 shown in FIG. 5 may be further handled by suitable bending magnets '58 and focusing magnets 59 as are well known.

For example, suitable focusing magnets '58 include conventional quadrupole magnets and suitable bending magnets including H type magnets. The use of such magnets 58 and 59 are well known as shown, for example, in the referenced application, Serial Number 70,877, and the article by E. D. Courant in vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 1936, February 1960, of the Review of Scientific Ins-truments.

In summary of the operation of this invention the particles in a high energy beam 15 impact into side 55 of target 21. The beam may be moved slowly into the target 21 or the target moved rapidly into the beam in time with the bunches of particles in beam 15 as deter mined with probes 33. This can be done carefully to pass the beam particles completely through the length L of target 21. The target 21 is magnetized to magnetically deflect the impacting particles from the beam at an angle to the beam axis 13. By the described sizing and magnetization, the magnetic deflection of these particles exceeds that caused by scattering. The particles deflected by target 21 may be one or more particles and these are ejected to clear septum 31 at bending magnet 29', which is located one quarter of a betatron wave length downstream from target 21. This magnet 29 deflects the particles at a further angle to the axis of beam 15 along path P. From there the particles pass into extraction channel 23 which directs the extracted particles at further targets for experiments where long counting periods are desired. It is understood from the above, however, that target 21 may be used for direct extraction into a channel 23 where as sharp an angle to the beam axis 13 is not required. As described, in the case of magnetic deflection, the deflection angle is greater than the deflection angle from a standard non-magnetized scattering target.

In another embodiment where long (0.1 sec.) constant energy beams 15 are used, scattering target 53 is used to impact particles from beam 15 into side '55 of target 21. In this embodiment target 53 is less than one quarter of a betatron wave length upstream from magnetized target 21.

This invention provides a simple trouble-free particle extractor for extracting particles from a high energy charged particle beam and finds utility for the extraction of particles from endless beams in synchrotrons. This invention additionally has the advantage of improved overall beam extraction, performance at sharper angles than was possible heretofore, and also provides single particle extraction of particles from a beam in experiments where low counting rates are desired. Also, the extracted beam of particles extracted 'from a high energy beam by extractor 21 will occupy a phase space area only about five times that of the circulating beam which is a useful feature for experimental purposes.

I claim:

1. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising an evacuated chamber and a magnetized target in said chamber, said target being impacted relatively against said beam whereby said beam particles are deflected trom said beam by the magnetic induction in said target.

2. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles, travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising an evacuated chamber for said beam, a magnetized target in said chamber, and means for impacting said target relatively slowly against said beam whereby coulomb scattering and magnetic deflection of said beam particles is produced by said target in said target, said magnetically deflected particles exceeding in number the particles extracted by coulomb scattering.

3. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising an evacuated chamber for said beam, a longitudinally extending cylindrical target in said chamber having its axis parallel to said beam axis, means for impacting the outside of said beam relatively against one end of said target to produce coulomb scattering of said beam particles tfirom said beam, and means for inducing in said target a high magnetic field which deflects particles from said beam at an angle exceeding that produced by coulomb scattering.

4. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles travelling along an axis, comprising an evacuated chamber having a first axis therein along which said beam travels, a longitudinally extending cylindrical tar-get in said chamber having a second axis parallel to said first axis, means -for moving said target relatively toward said beam axis for impacting the outside of said beam against said target to produce coulomb scattering of particles from said beam, and means for inducing in said target a high magnetic field which magnetically deflects particles from said beam, said target length parallel to said first axis being greater than L in centimeters in the formula:

L min B Lt Where B==the magnetic induction in gausses in the target and, L =the radiation length of the target material in centimeters.

5. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising an evacuated chamber having a first axis along which said beam travels, a longitudinally extending cylindrical target in said chamber having a second axis parallel with said first axis and opposite ends normal thereto, means tor moving said target relative to said beam so that particles from the outside of said beam can be impacted relatively against one end of said target, means for inducing in said target a high magnetic field which magnetically deflects parti cles from the outside of said beam at an angle to said first axis, and a magnetic septum magnet for receiving said magnetically deflected particles in its aperture and deflecting them at a further angle to said first axis whereby ligh energy charged particles can be extracted from said earn.

6. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of high energy charged particles travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising a longitudinally extending evacuated chamber having a first axis along which said beam is adapted to travel in one direction, a longitudinally extending cylindrical first target in said chamber having a second axis parallel with said first axis and opposite ends normal thereto, a scattering second target upstream from said first target, means for moving said second target relative to said first axis for the impacting and scattering of particles in said second target from the outside of said beam, means for inducing in said first target a high magnetic field so as to receive particles scattered from said second target and deflect them magnetically at an angle to said first axis, and a deflecting septum mag-net for receiving said magnetically deflected particles in its aperture and deflecting them at a further angle to said first axis.

7. Particle extracting apparatus for use with a beam of highly energized charged particles travelling in an evacuated chamber along an axis, comprising a longitudinally extending evacuated chamber having a first axis along which said beam is adapted to travel in one direction with a betatron oscillation wave length around said first axis, a longitudinally extending cylindrical first target in said chamber having a second axis parallel with said first axis and opposite ends normal thereto, a scattering second target upstream from said first target, means for 6 moving said second target relative to said first axis for impacting and coulomb scattering of particles in said second target from the outside of said beam, means for Linducing in said first target a high magnetic field so as to receive scattered particles from said second target and deflect them magnetically at an angle to said first axis, and a septum magnet for receiving and deflecting magnetically deflected particles from said first target at a further angle to said first axis, the distance separating said first t3 and second targets being less than one quarter the betatron wave length, the distance separating said magnetized target from said septum magnet being substantially equal to one quarter betatron wave length.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification313/62, 315/507, 250/281
International ClassificationH05H7/00, H05H7/10
Cooperative ClassificationH05H7/10
European ClassificationH05H7/10