Formation mechanisms and control methods of beam halo-chaos in high-current ion linacs

Fang, J, Chen, G and Yu, X 2003, 'Formation mechanisms and control methods of beam halo-chaos in high-current ion linacs' in G. Chen and X. Yu (ed.) Chaos Control: Theory and Applications, Springer, Berlin, Germany, pp. 205-246.


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Title Formation mechanisms and control methods of beam halo-chaos in high-current ion linacs
Author(s) Fang, J
Chen, G
Yu, X
Year 2003
Title of book Chaos Control: Theory and Applications
Publisher Springer
Place of publication Berlin, Germany
Editor(s) G. Chen
X. Yu
Start page 205
End page 246
Subjects Electrical and Electronic Engineering not elsewhere classified
Summary This chapter introduces some potential applications of ion beam in high-current ion linacs, and discusses two key issues in such applications including the formation mechanisms of beam halo-chaos and its control methods. It is known that ion beam halo-chaos can be generated via different mechanisms, and recently some successful feedback methods have been developed for halo-chaos control, such as nonlinear feedback control, wavelet-based feedback control, switching manifold methods and time-delayed feedback self-control. Both analytical and numerical results have shown that these control methods are effective for suppressing beam halo-chaos.
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