Author: Laxdal, R.E.
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ERL Upgrade Plans for the ARIEL E-Linac  
  • R.E. Laxdal
    TRIUMF, Canada's National Laboratory for Particle and Nuclear Physics, Vancouver, Canada
  TRIUMF is engaged in a major project, ARIEL, with the aim to triple the radioactive ion beam output available to ISAC experiments. A central piece of the ARIEL project is a new superconducting 1.3GHz electron linac with final design parameters of 50MeV and 10mA cw. Presently two cryomodules housing three elliptical cavities and capable of 30-35MeV have been installed and are being commissioned. Space has been saved in the electron linac hall to allow a future recirculating ring to operate in energy boost mode or as an energy recovery linac. Initial design considerations for the ERL are being discussed to converge towards a proposal to be submitted as part of the next TRIUMF five year plan, 2020-2025.  
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