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42 In-Kind Work Packages, from 18 Institutes, in 8 Countries
The ESS accelerator high level requirements are to provide a 2.86 ms long proton pulse at 2 GeV at repetition rate of 14 Hz. This represents 5 MW of average beam power with a 4% duty cycle on target.
21 In-Kind Work Packages from 7 Institutes in 6 Countries
The spallation process takes place when the accelerated proton beam hits the Tungsten bricks of the 11-tonne target disk. At ESS, this will produce unprecedented neutron brightness for scientific experiments across multiple disciplines.
20 In-Kind Work Packages from 11 Institutes in 9 Countries
The Integrated Control System (ICS) for the European Spallation Source is a complex network of hardware, software and configuration databases that integrates the operations of all the various parts of the Accelerator, Target, Instrument and Conventional Facility infrastructures. It is based on the EPICS framework.