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*Mohayai, Tanaz Angelina, 09 August 2018 19:29 *

# Demonstration of Reverse Emittance Exchange in MICE¶

**Table of contents**- Demonstration of Reverse Emittance Exchange in MICE

## Abstract¶

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arXiv: Forthcoming

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**Presented at NuFact18:**

- Yagmur Torun's presentation:
- Presentation: attachment:forthcoming

- Paul Soler's presentation:
- Presentation: attachment:forthcoming

## x vs pz (Data)¶

*The distribution of pz vs x upstream of the absorber*

*The distribution of pz vs x downstream of the absorber. The downstream muon sample has a more spread-out longitudinal momentum as a result of reverse emittance exchange.*

## x vs pz and density versus average beam radius (MC recon)¶

attachment:hist2d_mc_recon_us_x_pz_2.png

*The distribution of pz vs x upstream of the absorber*

attachment:hist2d_mc_recon_ds_x_pz_2.png

*The distribution of pz vs x downstream of the absorber. The downstream muon sample has a more spread-out longitudinal momentum as a result of reverse emittance exchange.*

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_long_1.png

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_long_2.png

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_long_3.png

*The distribution of density of each phase-space contour, as measured with the kernel density estimation technique vs square-root of contour volume (average beam radius in the one-dimensional longitudinal dimension of energy), as measured with the kernel density estimation and the Monte Carlo volume calculation techniques. The distributions are obtained from the longitudinal coordinate energy. Longitudinal heating (the expected effect from reverse emittance exchange) is demonstrated as the decrease in density at low average beam radius values.*

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_trans_1.png

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_trans_2.png

density_vs_volume_mc_recon_trans_3.png

*The distribution of density of each phase-space contour, as measured with the kernel density estimation technique vs fourth-root of contour volume (average beam radius in the four-dimensional transverse dimension of position and momentum), as measured with the kernel density estimation and the Monte Carlo volume calculation techniques. The distributions are obtained from the transverse coordinates of x, px, y, py. Transverse cooling (the expected effect from reverse emittance exchange) is demonstrated as the increase in density at low average beam radius values.*

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