Vera Cilento, Rogelio Tomás, Benoit Cure, Angeles Faus-Golfe, Barbara Dalena, et al.
Phys.Rev.Accel.Beams, 2021, 24 (7), pp.071001
The Compact Linear Collider (CLIC) could provide e+e− collisions in two detectors simultaneously possibly at a bunch train frequency in the linac twice the baseline design value. In this paper, a novel dual beam delivery system (BDS) design is presented in order to serve two interaction regions (IR1 and IR2) including optics designs and the evaluation of luminosity performance with synchrotron radiation (SR) and solenoid effects for both energy stages of CLIC, 380 GeV and 3 TeV. IR2 features a larger crossing angle than the current baseline. The luminosity performance of the novel CLIC scheme was evaluated by comparing the different BDS designs with and without the detector solenoid field effects. It has to be highlighted that the impact of the detector solenoid on luminosity had not been evaluated for the current CLIC baseline, which amounts to a loss of about 4% that corresponds to the same value of the old baseline design. At 380 GeV the novel dual BDS design features same luminosities than the current baseline. However at 3 TeV the luminosity performance is reduced by 2% from the baseline design for the IR1 and by 33% for the IR2. The dual CLIC BDS design provides adequate luminosities to two detectors and proves to be a viable candidate for future linear collider projects.