Computerized Tomography of Ion Bunches at the Nuclotron
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Methods for processing a digital signal proportional to the longitudinal intensity of charged particles bunches during their acceleration in a synchrotron are discussed. Computerized tomography is used to reconstruct a longitudinal two-dimensional distribution function of particles in the bunch from its profiles depending on the synchrotron motion of particles. Examples of tomographic studies of ion bunches at the Nuclotron are given.
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