The NUSTAR project at FAIR
Paper in proceeding, 2015

The FAIR facility, under construction at the GSI site in Darmstadt, will be addressing a wealth of outstanding questions within the realm of subatomic, atomic, plasma, bio-physics and applications through a combination of novel accelerators, storage rings and innovative experimental set-ups. One of the key installations is the fragment separator Super-FRS that will be able to deliver an unprecedented range of radioactive ion beams in the energy range of 0–1.5 GeV u−1. These beams will be distributed to three branches, each with its unique domain with respect to beam energies and properties. The high-energy branch will permit reactions with radioactive beams at relativistic energies, whereas the low-energy branch will supply decelerated beams for high-resolution spectroscopy, traps and laser spectroscopy. Finally, the ring branch will uniquely permit stored and cooled exotic beams for a range of methods only possible in a storage ring. Thus, by developing experimental set-ups tailored for these beams, there are several complementary possibilities to gain information on key nuclei and reaction, to further our understanding on contemporary questions within nuclear structure and nuclear astrophysics. This ambitious programme is to be exploited within the nuclear structure, astrophysics and reactions collaboration.

Author

Thomas Nilsson

Chalmers, Fundamental Physics, Experimental subatomic physics

Physica Scripta

0031-8949 (ISSN)

Vol. T166 T166 014070- 014070

Subject Categories

Accelerator Physics and Instrumentation

Subatomic Physics

Physical Sciences

Roots

Basic sciences

DOI

10.1088/0031-8949/2015/T166/014070

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10/8/2017