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Angled laser triggered electron injection in the electron driven plasma wakefield acceleration scheme : a case study in a pursuit to increase tolerance levels, based on FACET II driver parameters.

Delinikolas, Panagiotis and Manahan, Grace and Hidding, Bernhard and Beaton, Andrew and Scherkl, Paul and Karger, Oliver and Witting, Georg and Knetsch, Alexander and Heinemann, Thomas and Hurtig, Gregor and Habib, Fahim (2016) Angled laser triggered electron injection in the electron driven plasma wakefield acceleration scheme : a case study in a pursuit to increase tolerance levels, based on FACET II driver parameters. In: 17th Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop 2016, 2016-07-31 - 2016-08-05, Gaylord Hotel and Conference Center.

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    Abstract

    Co-axial laser triggered injection of electrons in PWFA can produce high quality witness bunches. In this study, angled injection was examined in a pursuit to increase the tolerance levels of synchronization and experimental misalignments while maintaining the high quality of the witness bunches.