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J-PARC beam commissioning progress

Hotchi, Hideaki ; J-PARC Beam Commissioning Team

The J-PARC is a multi-purpose proton accelerator facility amiming at MW-class output beam power, consisting of a 400 MeV H$$^{-}$$ linac, a 3-GeV RCS, a 50-GeV MR (Main Ring) and three experimental facilities, the MLF (materials and life science experimental facility), the HD (hadron experimental hall) and the NU (neutrino beam line). The J-PARC beam commissioning started in November 2006 from the linac to the downstream facilities. The current output beam power from the RCS to the MLF users is 210 kW, and the MR delivers 145 kW beam to the NU by fast extraction and a few kW beam to the HD by slow extraction. In this talk, we present a current status of the J-PARC beam commissioning, in which a recent progress in the course of the RCS beam power ramp-up scenario will be described in more detail. This talk will focus on the issues (including beam dynamics), challenges, solutions, and lessons learned during the commissioning and user operation of J-PARC and future plans.



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