VLHC Accelerator Physics
by M. Blaskiewicz, et al.
Number of pages: 116
The present text presents the major accelerator physics issues of the Very Large Hadron Collider as examined by the Design Study collaboration and provides a basis for discussion and further studies of VLHC accelerator parameters and design philosophies.
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