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By W. B. Herrmannsfeldt


This paper presents a review of the operating experiences with the laser alignment system of the two-mile linear accelerator. It includes discussions of some of the special alignment techniques used prior to the initial start up of the accelerator. Description of the Laser System The laser system consists of a light source, a detector and 299 targets, one of which is located at each point to be aligned. These basic elements are shown schematically in Figure 1. The light source is a helium-neon gas laser operated as a point source diverging enough t

Year: 1966
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