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Choi, EunMi
THz Vacuum Electronics and Electrodynamics
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  • High power millimeter-wave/THz wave, vacuum electronics, plasma breakdown, electron beams, electromagnetics, microwave/RF engineering


Overview of the KoRIA Facility for Rare Isotope Beams

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Overview of the KoRIA Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
Ahn, Jung KeunBak, Sang InBlumenfeld, YorickChai, Jong-SeoCheon, Byung-GuCheoun, Myung-KiCho, DonghyunCho, Yong SubChoi, Bong HyukChoi, Chang IllChoi, EunMiChoi, Hyo JungChoi, Min SikChoi, SeonhoChoi, Tae KeunChoi, Yeon SukChung, Kie HyungHa, Eun JaHa, Jang HoHahn, In SikHan, Jae MinHan, Jang MinHong, ByungsikHong, Seung-WooHong, WanHwang, Sang HoonHyun, Chang HoJang, Doh YunJang, JaehoJeon, Dong-oJeong, DooJeong, Sun-ChanJhang, GenieJoo, EunahKadi, YacineKang, Byoung HwiKang, Hoon SuKim, AramKim, Do YoonKim, Dong LakKim, Dong UkKim, Eun JooKim, Gi DongKim, Hyun-ChulKim, In GyuKim, Jong TaeKim, Jong WonKim, Joon KonKim, Sang-HoKim, Sang-hoonKim, Sung HyunKim, WooyoungKim, Yong KyunKo, Seung KookKwon, MyeunKwon, Young KwanLee, Bo YoungLee, Byoung NohLee, Chang HwanLee, Cheol WooLee, Chun SikLee, Kyong SeiLee, Hee JungLee, Hee-SeockLee, Hyo SangLee, Ju HahnLee, Kang OkLee, Kang SeogLee, Sang DukLee, Seok KwanLee, Su HoungLee, Young SungLee, Young-OukLee, Yong YungManchanda, Vijay K.Moon, Chang BumNam, Seung-ilNamkung, WonNolen, Jerry A.Oh, Byung HoonOh, Jin HwanOh, YongseokPark, Byung YoonPark, Jin AhPark, Jin YongPark, Ki HyeonPark, Se HwanPark, Tae-SunPark, Woo-YoonRyu, Chung YeolRyu, Min SangRyu, Sun YoungSakai, HideyukiSeo, Hee JeongShin, Jae WonShin, Seung WookSigg, PeterSim, Kwang SoukSo, Woon YoungSong, Ho SeungSong, Tae YungSuh, Byoung JinTenreiro, ClaudioTong, ZhouTribble, Robert E.Woo, Hyung JuYano, YasushigeYang, Hae-RyongYang, Young KuYeon, Yeong HeumYi, Won JuYu, Byung GeelYu, Dai HyukYoo, In-KwonYu, Seon YoungYun, Chong Cheoul
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FEW-BODY SYSTEMS, v.54, no.1-4, pp.197 - 204
The Korea Rare Isotope Accelerator, currently referred to as KoRIA, is briefly presented. The KoRIA facility is aimed to enable cutting-edge sciences in a wide range of fields. It consists of a 70 kW isotope separator on-line (ISOL) facility driven by a 70 MeV, 1 mA proton cyclotron and a 400 kW in-flight fragmentation (IFF) facility. The ISOL facility uses a superconducting (SC) linac for post-acceleration of rare isotopes up to about 18 MeV/u, while the SC linac of IFF facility is capable of accelerating uranium beams up to 200 MeV/u, 8 p mu A and proton beams up to 600 MeV, 660 mu A. Overall features of the KoRIA facility are presented with a focus on the accelerator design.
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