of muon beams
Comparison of muon rates in various beamlines
beam line at LAMPF (now called LANCE)
This beamline has been decommissioned and may be available. Contactperson:
Martin Cooper, 505-667-2929, firstname.lastname@example.org
Three pages from the LAMPF Users Handbook.
This beam was designed by Pat Thompson, now at BNL/RHIC, 516-344-7635.
See, P.A. Thompson et al, `The Stopped Muon Channel at LAMPF', NIM 161 (1979)
The "Gif image" includes the D2 muon channel
Muon beam lines at the Paul Scherrer Institute
TRIUMF M-20 beam line
The M-arena of the Japan Hadron
Project at KEK
The RIKEN-RAL Muon
The proposed PRISM facility in Japan will provide a
test bed for many aspects of a neutrino factory front end.
Another sketch of PRISM.
The MECO experiment at BNL will build a
muon beamline that could be operated with 10^12 muons in 6 pulses over 2.5
Workshop on Muon
Sources at TRIUMF, March, 2000.
Kirk T. McDonald