Linear Accelerators by Pierre M. Septier, Albert L., Lapostolle
By Pierre M. Septier, Albert L., Lapostolle
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In more recent years electron linac development has taken two directions. Electron linacs of a few tens of MeV have proved very useful in radiography and in medical applications. They have become commercially available from a number of sources. The second direction has been the push to higher energies, for the most part in government-supported institutions. At Orsay (near Paris), for example, a linear accelerator for between 1 and 2 GeV has recently been operated at energies above I GeV. Although conventional in concept this machine has several unconventional and ingenious mechanical design features.