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TY - CONF AU - Ge, T. AU - Cao, L.C. AU - Fu, Z.H. AU - Hou, S.G. AU - Ji, B. AU - Jiang, H. AU - Li, S.Q. AU - Li, Y.Q. AU - Liu, Z.W. AU - Lv, Y.L. AU - Pan, G.F. AU - Wang, L. AU - Wen, L.P. AU - Yin, Z.G. AU - Zhang, T.J. ED - Conradie, Lowry ED - De Villiers, John Garrett ED - Schaa, Volker RW TI - Three Years Operation of CYCIAE-100 J2 - Proc. of Cyclotrons2019, Cape Town, South Africa, 23-27 September 2019 CY - Cape Town, South Africa T2 - International Conference on Cyclotrons and their Applications T3 - 22 LA - english AB - The 100 MeV high intensity proton cyclotron (CYCIAE-100) developed by China Institute of Atomic Energy is a multi-purpose variable energy AVF cyclotron. Its design specifications are: energy from 75 to 100 MeV continuously adjustable, beam intensity 200uA, beam current can be extracted in both directions. CYCIAE-100 was commissioned to extract 100 MeV proton beam for the first time in July 2014. The first physics experiment was carried out in November 2016. By June 2019, the design specifications of CYCIAE-100 was commissioned and the maximum beam power was 52 kW. The beam intensity range from 1 pA to 520 µA is achieved, and the beam stability is about 1% for 8 hours. Several typical physics experiments have been carried out. Such as: The physics experiment of CYCIAE-100 driving ISOL device to generate radioactive nuclear beam, SiC and SRAM proton irradiation experiments, calibration experiment of high-energy proton electron total dose detector probe, etc. At present, the beam time for CYCIAE-100 is about 5,000 hours, providing effective beam time for more than 3,000 hours for many users at home and abroad, and the other beam time for beam development. PB - JACoW Publishing CP - Geneva, Switzerland SP - 156 EP - 158 KW - experiment KW - neutron KW - proton KW - target KW - radiation DA - 2020/06 PY - 2020 SN - 978-3-95450-205-9 DO - doi:10.18429/JACoW-Cyclotrons2019-TUP005 UR - http://jacow.org/cyclotrons2019/papers/tup005.pdf ER -