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High power proton accelerators
The next generation of high energy physics experiments will require high intensity proton beams with currents in excess of 10 milliAmps. In order to provide these high intensity beams, a new generation of high power proton accelerators is required. These high power proton accelerators will form the basis for a broad range of accelerator facilities, including upgrades to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, neutron scattering measurements at high intensity neutron spallation sources, high flux neutron beams at a neutrino factory and future energy sources in the form of nuclear waste transmutation and accelerator driven sub-critical reactors.
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