By R. Avakian, K. Ispirian (auth.), Helmut Wiedemann (eds.)
A NATO complicated learn Workshop on ”Advanced Radiation resources and functions” was once held from August 29 to September 2, 2004. Hosted by way of the Yerevan Physics Institute, Yerevan, Armenia, 30 invited researchers from former Soviet Union and NATO international locations collected at Nor-Hamberd, Yerevan, at the slopes of Mount Aragats to debate fresh theoretical in addition to expe- psychological advancements on technique of generating photons from regularly low strength electrons. Thismeetingbecamepossiblethroughthegenerousfundingprovidedbythe NATO technology Committee and the programme director Dr. Fausto Pedrazzini within the NATO Scienti?c and Environmental Affairs department. The workshop - rectors have been Robert Avakian, Yerevan Physics Institute, Armenia and Helmut Wiedemann, Stanford (USA). Robert Avakian supplied employees, logistics and - frastructure from the Yerevan Physics institute to guarantee a gentle execution of the workshop. unique thank you is going to Mrs. Ivetta Keropyan for admin- trative and logistics aid to international viewers. The workshop used to be held on the institute’s inn in Nor-Hamberd at the slopes of Mount Aragats now not faraway from the Yerevan cosmic ray station. The isolation and peaceable environment of the lodge supplied the historical past for a fruitful week of displays and discussions. Following our invites, 38 researchers during this ?eld got here to the workshop from Armenia, Belarus, Romania, Russia, Ukraine, Denmark, France, G- many and the united states. Commuting from Yerevan neighborhood scientists joined the day-by-day displays. Over a ?ve day interval forty displays have been given.
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One can see that the effect of CBS for the electron energy Ep=80 MeV is negligible, but becomes important for Ep=10 MeV. 1,E-03 Angular distribution, photins/(e PXR+DR 80 MeV - sr) PXR+DR+CBS 1,E-04 1,E-05 1,E-06 30 MeV 1,E-07 1,E-08 1,E-09 10 MeV 1,E-10 1,E-11 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 Polar angle, mrad Figure 1. Angular distributions of PXR and CBS for the different electron energies 4. ANALYSIS OF DYNAMICAL DIFFRACTION EFFECTS IN THE CASE OF HRPXR In this section we will analyze the general formula for spectral-angular PXR+CBS intensity (8) in the narrow angular-spectral range where the dynamical effects could be appeared.
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The channeling particles may be deflected, if the crystal is bent smoothly enough. , in Gatchina  at proton beam energy 1 GeV, Serpukhov at 70 GeV [4,5], CERN at 120 GeV  and at 450 GeV [7,8], Fermilab at 900 GeV . g.  ). Bent crystals of about several centimeters in length are generally used in the experiments. The crystals seem to be convenient for production, diffraction, extraction and focusing of parametric X-ray radiation (PXR), channeling radiation (ChR) and crystal undulator radiation (CUR) generated by channeling relativistic particles.
Advanced Radiation Sources and Applications: Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Nor-Hamberd, Yerevan, Armenia, August 29 - September 2, 2004 by R. Avakian, K. Ispirian (auth.), Helmut Wiedemann (eds.)