High Rigidity Spectrometer for FRIB
Dr. Shumpei Noji
Michigan State University
A High Rigidity Spectrometer (HRS) has been designed for experiments at the Facility for Rare-Isotope Beams (FRIB) at Michigan State University. The HRS will allow experiments to be performed with the most exotic neutron-rich isotopes at high beam energies (≳100MeV/u). The HRS consists of an analysis beamline called the High-Transmission Beamline (HTBL) and the spectrometer proper called the Spectrometer Section. The maximum magnetic rigidity of the HRS is 8Tm, which corresponds to the rigidities at which rare-isotope beams are optimally produced at FRIB. The resolving power, angular acceptance, and momentum acceptance are set to match the anticipated scientific program. In this seminar, I will present an overview of the scientific opportunities with the HRS and the ion-optical design developed for the HRS.
Hosted by Prof. Couder