HE-LHC

The High-Energy Large Hadron Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 4

the FCC Collaboration

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In response to the 2013 Update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics (EPPSU), the Future Circular Collider (FCC) study was launched as a world-wide international collaboration hosted by CERN. The FCC study covered an energy-frontier hadron collider (FCC-hh), a highest-luminosity high-energy lepton collider (FCC-ee), the corresponding 100 km tunnel infrastructure, as well as the physics opportunities of these two colliders, and a high-energy LHC, based on FCC-hh technology. This document constitutes the third volume of the FCC Conceptual Design Report, devoted to the hadron collider FCC-hh. It summarizes the FCC-hh physics discovery opportunities, presents the FCC-hh accelerator design, performance reach, and staged operation plan, discusses the underlying technologies, the civil engineering and technical infrastructure, and also sketches a possible implementation. Combining ingredients from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the high-luminosity LHC upgrade and adding novel technologies and approaches, the FCC-hh design aims at significantly extending the energy frontier to 100 TeV. Its unprecedented centre-of-mass collision energy will make the FCC-hh a unique instrument to explore physics beyond the Standard Model, offering great direct sensitivity to new physics and discoveries.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1109-1382
Number of pages274
JournalEuropean Physical Journal: Special Topics
Volume228
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2019

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HE-LHC : The High-Energy Large Hadron Collider: Future Circular Collider Conceptual Design Report Volume 4. / the FCC Collaboration.

In: European Physical Journal: Special Topics, Vol. 228, No. 5, 01.07.2019, p. 1109-1382.

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AU - Abada, A.

AU - Abbrescia, M.

AU - AbdusSalam, S. S.

AU - Abdyukhanov, I.

AU - Abelleira Fernandez, J.

AU - Abramov, A.

AU - Aburaia, M.

AU - Acar, A. O.

AU - Adzic, P. R.

AU - Agrawal, P.

AU - Aguilar-Saavedra, J. A.

AU - Aguilera-Verdugo, J. J.

AU - Aiba, M.

AU - Aichinger, I.

AU - Aielli, G.

AU - Akay, A.

AU - Akhundov, A.

AU - Aksakal, H.

AU - Albacete, J. L.

AU - Albergo, S.

AU - Alekou, A.

AU - Aleksa, M.

AU - Aleksan, R.

AU - Alemany Fernandez, R. M.

AU - Alexahin, Y.

AU - Alía, R. G.

AU - Alioli, S.

AU - Alipour Tehrani, N.

AU - Allanach, B. C.

AU - Allport, P. P.

AU - Altınlı, M.

AU - Altmannshofer, W.

AU - Ambrosio, G.

AU - Amorim, D.

AU - Amstutz, O.

AU - Anderlini, L.

AU - Andreazza, A.

AU - Andreini, M.

AU - Andriatis, A.

AU - Andris, C.

AU - Andronic, A.

AU - Angelucci, M.

AU - Antinori, F.

AU - Antipov, S. A.

AU - Antonelli, M.

AU - Antonello, M.

AU - Antonioli, P.

AU - Antusch, S.

AU - Anulli, F.

AU - Apolinário, L.

AU - Apollinari, G.

AU - Apollonio, A.

AU - Appelö, D.

AU - Appleby, R. B.

AU - Apyan, A.

AU - Apyan, A.

AU - Arbey, A.

AU - Arbuzov, A.

AU - Arduini, G.

AU - Arı, V.

AU - Arias, S.

AU - Armesto, N.

AU - Arnaldi, R.

AU - Arsenyev, S. A.

AU - Arzeo, M.

AU - Asai, S.

AU - Aslanides, E.

AU - Aßmann, R. W.

AU - Astapovych, D.

AU - Atanasov, M.

AU - Atieh, S.

AU - Attié, D.

AU - Auchmann, B.

AU - Audurier, A.

AU - Aull, S.

AU - Aumon, S.

AU - Aune, S.

AU - Avino, F.

AU - Avrillaud, G.

AU - Aydın, G.

AU - Azatov, A.

AU - Azuelos, G.

AU - Azzi, P.

AU - Azzolini, O.

AU - Azzurri, P.

AU - Bacchetta, N.

AU - Bacchiocchi, E.

AU - Bachacou, H.

AU - Baek, Y. W.

AU - Baglin, V.

AU - Bai, Y.

AU - Baird, S.

AU - Baker, M. J.

AU - Baldwin, M. J.

AU - Ball, A. H.

AU - Ballarino, A.

AU - Banerjee, S.

AU - Barber, D. P.

AU - Barducci, D.

AU - Barjhoux, P.

AU - Barna, D.

AU - Barnaföldi, G. G.

AU - Barnes, M. J.

AU - Barr, A.

AU - Barranco García, J.

AU - Barreiro Guimarães da Costa, J.

AU - Bartmann, W.

AU - Baryshevsky, V.

AU - Barzi, E.

AU - Bass, S. A.

AU - Bastianin, A.

AU - Baudouy, B.

AU - Bauer, F.

AU - Bauer, M.

AU - Baumgartner, T.

AU - Bautista-Guzmán, I.

AU - Bayındır, C.

AU - Beaudette, F.

AU - Bedeschi, F.

AU - Béguin, M.

AU - Bellafont, I.

AU - Bellagamba, L.

AU - Bellegarde, N.

AU - Belli, E.

AU - Bellingeri, E.

AU - Bellini, F.

AU - Bellomo, G.

AU - Belomestnykh, S.

AU - Bencivenni, G.

AU - Benedikt, M.

AU - Bernardi, G.

AU - Bernardi, J.

AU - Bernet, C.

AU - Bernhardt, J. M.

AU - Bernini, C.

AU - Berriaud, C.

AU - Bertarelli, A.

AU - Bertolucci, S.

AU - Besana, M. I.

AU - Besançon, M.

AU - Beznosov, O.

AU - Bhat, P.

AU - Bhat, C.

AU - Biagini, M. E.

AU - Biarrotte, J. L.

AU - Bibet Chevalier, A.

AU - Bielert, E. R.

AU - Biglietti, M.

AU - Bilei, G. M.

AU - Bilki, B.

AU - Biscari, C.

AU - Bishara, F.

AU - Blanco-García, O. R.

AU - Blánquez, F. R.

AU - Blekman, F.

AU - Blondel, A.

AU - Blümlein, J.

AU - Boccali, T.

AU - Boels, R.

AU - Bogacz, S. A.

AU - Bogomyagkov, A.

AU - Boine-Frankenheim, O.

AU - Boland, M. J.

AU - Bologna, S.

AU - Bolukbasi, O.

AU - Bomben, M.

AU - Bondarenko, S.

AU - Bonvini, M.

AU - Boos, E.

AU - Bordini, B.

AU - Bordry, F.

AU - Borghello, G.

AU - Borgonovi, L.

AU - Borowka, S.

AU - Bortoletto, D.

AU - Boscherini, D.

AU - Boscolo, M.

AU - Boselli, S.

AU - Bosley, R. R.

AU - Bossu, F.

AU - Botta, C.

AU - Bottura, L.

AU - Boughezal, R.

AU - Boutin, D.

AU - Bovone, G.

AU - Božović Jelisavić, I.

AU - Bozbey, A.

AU - Bozzi, C.

AU - Bozzini, D.

AU - Braccini, V.

AU - Braibant-Giacomelli, S.

AU - Bramante, J.

AU - Braun-Munzinger, P.

AU - Briffa, J. A.

AU - Britzger, D.

AU - Brodsky, S. J.

AU - Brooke, J. J.

AU - Bruce, R.

AU - Brückman De Renstrom, P.

AU - Bruna, E.

AU - Brüning, O.

AU - Brunner, O.

AU - Brunner, K.

AU - Bruzzone, P.

AU - Buffat, X.

AU - Bulyak, E.

AU - Burkart, F.

AU - Burkhardt, H.

AU - Burnet, J. P.

AU - Butin, F.

AU - Buttazzo, D.

AU - Butterworth, A.

AU - Caccia, M.

AU - Cai, Y.

AU - Caiffi, B.

AU - Cairo, V.

AU - Cakir, O.

AU - Calaga, R.

AU - Calatroni, S.

AU - Calderini, G.

AU - Calderola, G.

AU - Caliskan, A.

AU - Calvet, D.

AU - Calviani, M.

AU - Camalich, J. M.

AU - Camarri, P.

AU - Campanelli, M.

AU - Camporesi, T.

AU - Canbay, A. C.

AU - Canepa, A.

AU - Cantergiani, E.

AU - Cantore-Cavalli, D.

AU - Capeans, M.

AU - Cardarelli, R.

AU - Cardella, U.

AU - Cardini, A.

AU - Carloni Calame, C. M.

AU - Carra, F.

AU - Carra, S.

AU - Carvalho, A.

AU - Casalbuoni, S.

AU - Casas, J.

AU - Cascella, M.

AU - Castelnovo, P.

AU - Castorina, G.

AU - Catalano, G.

AU - Cavasinni, V.

AU - Cazzato, E.

AU - Cennini, E.

AU - Skands, P.

AU - the FCC Collaboration

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