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AIP Conference Proceedings: USPAS Proceedings
- An Introduction to the Physics of
High Energy Accelerators
by Don Edwards and Mike Syphers.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Comment : Don Edwards is the grand
old man of accelerators and is still very active at Fermilab.
Mike Syphers is the head of the beam physics department at
- The Development of Colliders
Edited by Claudio Pellegrini and Andrew M. Sessler
American Institute of Physics
Comment : The book is a
collection of seminal papers on accelerator physics from
1952 onward. You not only learn about the history of the
field in USA beginning with what used to be MURA, but also to the
beginning of CERN, about the accelerators at Novosibirsk
(Russia and former USSR) and Frascati (Italy), and at other
laboratories in the world which pioneered this field, but you
also learn about the people and machine on whose experience
today's accelerator based physics is done.
A wonderful book for fundamental knowledge of accelerator physics
and knowledge of accelerator history too.
- Accelerator Physics
by S. Y. Lee
Comment : Another good book.
- No. 127 - The Physics of Particle Accelerators
- No. 153 - The Physics of Particle Accelerators
(FNAL, 1984 and SLAC, 1985)
- No. 184 - The Physics of Particle Accelerators
(Ithaca, N.Y. 1988)
- No. 249 - The Physics of Particle Accelerators
(Upton, N.Y. 1989, 1990)
Comment : You will find these in your