Stochastic Cooling in the Startup and Project Configurations of the NICA Collider Equipment
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The stochastic cooling system is a key element of the NICA accelerator–collider complex. The dependence of the luminosity on the β function at the interaction point is investigated, the main parameters of the system are substantiated, and the equipment mix for the startup and project modes of collider operation is described.
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