MuCool Test Area


The MuCool Test Area is a unique accelerator R&D facility, built specifically to test components for a muon ionization cooling channel. It includes a cryoplant in a surface building, an underground experimental hall, a beamline to bring a 400-MeV proton beam into the hall, a clean room in the hall for component assembly, 201 and 805 MHz rf power, several rf cavities, a 5-Tesla superconducting solenoid for cavity tests, diagnostic instrumentation for radiation measurements, and infrastructure for liquid hydrogen.
You can contact the MTA Coordinator, Yagmur Torun for further information.

Yağmur Torun Apr 30, 2014