The DIANA underground accelerator facility project at DUSEL laboratory
The DIANA project (Dakota Ion Accelerators for Nuclear Astrophysics) is a collaboration between the University of Notre Dame, Colorado School of Mines, Regis University, University of North Carolina, Western Michigan University, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, to build a next generation nuclear astrophysics accelerator facility deep underground. The DIANA accelerator facility is being designed to achieve large laboratory reaction rates by delivering high ion beam currents (up to 100 mA) to a high density (up to 1018 atoms/cm2), super-sonic jet-gas target. The accelerator developments of the DIANA facility are presented here. © Copyright owned by the author(s).
Lemut, Alberto; Couder, Manoel; Winklehner, Daniel; Champagne, Arthur E.; Collon, Philippe; Famiano, Michael; Gray, Fredrick; Greife, Uwe; Hodgkinson, Adrian; Iliadis, Christian; Leitner, Daniela; Leitner, Mattheaus; Saba, Joseph S.; Stech, Edward; Vetter, Paul A.; Waldron, William L.; and Wiescher, Michael, "The DIANA underground accelerator facility project at DUSEL laboratory" (2010). Regis University Faculty Publications (comprehensive list). 855.