electron-positron storage ring

electron-positron storage ring

[i¦lek‚trän ¦päz·ə‚trän ′stȯr·ij ‚riŋ]
(nucleonics)
An annular vacuum chamber, enclosed by bending and focusing magnets, in which counterrotating beams of electrons and positrons are stored for several hours and can be made to collide with each other.
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The goal of the joint project is to define the requirements of a model-based solution that can adapt and optimize the complex control environment of the electron-positron storage rings (B-Factory) located at the end of the two-mile long linear accelerator.

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