# Stability of Particle Motion in Storage Rings: Proceedings of the Workshop held in Upton, NY, October 1992 (AIP Conference Proceedings) download epub

#### by **M. Month,A.G. Ruggiero,W.-T. Weng**

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This text, the proceedings of an American Institute of Physics conference, considers analytical, computational and experimental methods in the following topics: short-term behaviour of particles in storage rings, typically of a thousand revolutions; long-term behaviour and the issue o. .

These proceedings report the results of the workshop on thestability of particle motion in storage rings held at BrookhavenNational Laboratory. There were thirty-five papers presentedat the workshop and all have been abstracted for the database. Authors: Month, . Ruggiero, . Show Author Affiliations.

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For complicated storage rings like the Large Hadron Collider which has thousands of elements .

For complicated storage rings like the Large Hadron Collider which has thousands of elements, using individual Hamiltonians for each element can drastically slow down the integration process. On the other hand, the map based approach is very fast in such cases (15) Long term stability studies ofparticle storage rings usingpolynomial maps 5 We note that the final values of the phase space variables are polynomial functions of the initial variables and therefore involve no poles or branch points. This is an example of a polynomial map. We now turn to the question of which symplectic maps have polynomial action.

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Stability of Particle Motion in Storage Rings : Proceedings of the Workshop held in Upton, NY, October 1992. Select Format: Hardcover. This text considers analytical, computational and experimental methods in the following topics: short-term behaviour of particles in storage rings, typically of a thousand revolutions; long-term behaviour and the issue of diffusion and diffusion-like processes; and others.

The following topics are discussed: developments in operator theory, coherent states and wavelet analysis; geometric and topological methods in theoretical physics and quantum field theory; and applications of these methods of mathematical physics to problems in atomic and molecular.

The following topics are discussed: developments in operator theory, coherent states and wavelet analysis; geometric and topological methods in theoretical physics and quantum field theory; and applications of these methods of mathematical physics to problems in atomic and molecular physics as well as the world of the elementary particles and their fundamental interactions. The volume should be of interest to anyone working in a field using the mathematical methods associated with any of these topics.

**Author:**M. Month,A.G. Ruggiero,W.-T. Weng

**ISBN:**156396225X

**Category:**Science & Math

**Subcategory:**Physics

**Language:**English

**Publisher:**American Institute of Physics; 1993 edition (June 4, 1999)

**Pages:**502 pages