Scientific Results

SHEEBA: A spatial high energy electron beam analyzer

Year: 2005

Authors: Galimberti M., Giulietti A., Giulietti D., Gizzi LA.

Autors Affiliation: Ist Proc Chim Fis, CNR, Intense Laser Irradiat Lab, I-56124 Pisa, Italy

Abstract: Electron bunches with large energy and angle spread are not easy to be analyzed with conventional spectrometers. In this article, a device for the detection of high energy electrons is presented. This detector, based on the traces left by electrons on a stack of dosimetric films, together with an original numerical algorithm for traces deconvolution, is able to characterize both angularly and spectrally (up to some mega-electron-volts) a broad-spectrum electron bunch. A numerical test was successfully performed with a virtual electron beam, which was in turn reconstructed using a Montecarlo code (based on the CERN library GEANT4). Due to its simplicity and small size, the spatial high energy electron beam analyzer (SHEEBA) detector is particularly suitable to be used in laser plasma acceleration experiments. © 2005 American Institute of Physics.

Journal/Review: REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

Volume: 76 (5)      Pages from: 053303-1  to: 053303-5

KeyWords: laser wakefield accelerator; pulses; plasmas; wake;
DOI: 10.1063/1.1899309

Citations: 34
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