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Syphers, Michael J.

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M.S. (Master of Science)

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Department of Physics


Charged Lepton Flavor Violations (CLFVs) are probed in an attempt to search Beyond Standard Model (BSM) Physics. The sensitive channel available for experiments around the world is to probe through muons. No conclusive evidence of CLFV is found so far but $\mutoe$ experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) aims to improve the current experimental sensitivity by searching for $\mu^{-}N \longrightarrow e^{-}N$ transition. To provide the high intensity beam that can be handled to achieve desired sensitivity, slow spill using resonant extraction is used at the accelerator complex.

Understanding the motivations behind the experiment and simulating the crucial stage in the beam delivery system is the main focus of this thesis. Work presented here will have a qualitative analysis and simulation of resonant extraction at the Delivery Ring (Fermilab), using the beam parameters of $\mutoe$ to study various factors that contribute to the successful beam transport towards the Target and Detector System, including meeting intensity requirements while keeping the beam losses to a minimum.


78 pages




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