Concrete applications for accelerator science
11 October 2017
Particle accelerators are the engines of particle physics research at Fermilab. They generate nearly light-speed, subatomic particles that scientists study to get to the bottom of what makes our universe tick. Fermilab experiments rely on a number of different accelerators, including a powerful, 500-foot-long linear accelerator that kick-starts the process of sending particle beams to various destinations.

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Particle accelerators are the engines of particle physics research at Fermilab. They generate nearly light-speed, subatomic particles that scientists study to get to the bottom of what makes our universe tick. Fermilab experiments rely on a number of different accelerators, including a powerful, 500-foot-long linear accelerator that kick-starts the process of sending particle beams to various destinations.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-09-concrete-applications-science.html#jCp

Particle accelerators are the engines of particle physics research at Fermilab.

They generate nearly light speed, subatomic particles that scientist study to get to the bottom of what makes our universe tick.

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Dr. A. Mandal

At the Inter-University Accelerator Centre (IUAC), New Delhi, we are using several Group3 precision Teslameters and Probes for field measurements of beam transport elements. The measurements are accurate and equipment does not require frequent calibration. In the past, we have sent Group3 equipment for calibration and the service is efficient.

Dr. A. Mandal, Senior Scientist, IUAC, New Delhi