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The Meson Production Targets in the high energy beamline of HIPA at PSI

Daniela Kiselev, Pierre-André Duperrex, Sven Jollet, Stefan Joray, Daniel Laube, Davide Reggiani, Raffaello Sobbia, Vadim Talanov

SciPost Phys. Proc. 5, 003 (2021) · published 6 September 2021

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Review of Particle Physics at PSI


Two target stations in the 590 MeV proton beamline of the High Intensity Proton Accelerator (HIPA) at the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI) produce pions and muons for seven secondary beamlines, leading to several experimental stations. The two target stations are 18m apart. Target M is a graphite target with an effective thickness of 5mm, Target E is a graphite wheel with a thickness of 40 mm or 60 mm. Due to the spreading of the beam in the thick target, a high power collimator system is needed to shape the beam for further transport. The beam is then transported to either the SINQ target, a neutron spallation source, or stopped in the beam dump, where about 450 kW beam power is dissipated. In the following, the targets, collimators and beam dumps are further described.

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