This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2020 

Proton Beam Multiplexer Developments for Multi-Target Operation at the High-Brilliance Neutron Source HBS
Rimmler, Marius (Corresponding author)
Baggemann, Johannes / Doege, Paul / Felden, Olaf / Mauerhofer, Eric / Rücker, Ulrich / Soltner, Helmut / Tölle, Raimund / Zakalek, Paul / Gebel, Ralf / Gutberlet, Thomas / Brückel, Thomas
Streumethoden; JCNS-2
Zentralinstitut für Technologie; ZEA-1
Institut für Kernphysik - Technische und administrative Infrastruktur; IKP-TA
High Brilliance Source; JCNS-HBS
Kernphysikalische Großgeräte; IKP-4
Streumethoden; PGI-4
The European physical journal / Web of Conferences Web of Conferences : proceedings proceedings, 231 (2020) S. 02002 -
Les Ulis EDP Sciences 2020
7 pages
8th International Meeting of the Union for Compact Accelerator-driven Neutron Sources, Paris (France), 2019-07-08 - 2019-07-10
Contribution to a conference proceedings
Journal Article
Jülich Centre for Neutron Research (JCNS)
Materials and Processes for Energy and Transport Technologies
Quantum Condensed Matter: Magnetism, Superconductivity
Controlling Collective States
Controlling Collective States
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The High-Brilliance neutron Source project (HBS) aims at developing a medium-flux acceleratordriven neutron source based on a 70 MeV, 100mA proton accelerator. The concept intends to optimize the facility such that it provides high-brilliance neutron beams for instruments operating at di_erent time structures. This can be realized by three di_erent target stations irradiated with di_erent proton pulse sequences. The appropriate proton pulses will be distributed by a Multiplexer unit. In the following, we present the integration of this Multiplexer with the HBS beam optics as well as ongoing developments of this unit and several components of the Multiplexer at the COSY facility in Jülich.