The Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP)<br />cyclotron cascade system has been operated to provide<br />high quality beams for various experiments in nuclear and<br />fundamental physics and applications. In order to increase<br />the research opportunities, the Azimuthally Varying Field<br />(AVF) cyclotron facility was upgraded recently. A flattopping<br />system and an 18-GHz superconducting Electron<br />Cyclotron Resonance (ECR) ion source were introduced<br />to improve the beam&rsquo;s quality and intensity. A new beam<br />line was installed to diagnose the characteristics of the<br />beam to be injected into the ring cyclotron and to bypass<br />the ring cyclotron and directly transport low energy<br />beams from the AVF cyclotron to experimental halls. A<br />separator is equipped to provide RI beams produced by<br />fusion reactions at low energy and by projectile<br />fragmentations at high energy. A muon capture beam line<br />(MUSIC) was constructed in this spring Developments<br />have been continued to increase secondary beams as<br />white neutrons, ultra cold neutrons, muons and unstable<br />nucleri

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