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[en] After having indicated the time distribution among the various usages and conditions of the Saturne synchrotron during the first quarter of 1963 (available beam, machine studies, start-up, adjustment and maintenance, failures, various lost times) and proposed some more precise data under tabular and graphical form, this document first gives an overview of physics experiments performed by various research teams (use of fixed targets and of a target with radial projection, experiments in a bubble chamber),and then discusses measures, research works, and measurements regarding protection against radiations during the same period. The next part reports the main incidents, works performed on the machine equipment (HF-beam servo-control, magnetic field bearing, beam ejection, injector), studies performed in laboratory (void, sources). The fifth part addresses physics equipment: beam equipment, fixed installations, mobile supplies, electronics, magnetism, intense magnetic fields, liquefactor, film developments, and the CERN hydrogen bubble chamber
[en] In its first part, this report gives some quantitative information on the use of the Saturne synchrotron (working hours, distribution in terms of tasks) and briefly discusses the activities (beam ejection, number of accelerations and of accelerated protons, scattering experiments performed by various research teams, tests of the hydrogen bubble chamber). The second proposes an overview of physics experiments performed during the considered period by different research teams. A table indicates the distribution in time of these experiments. The third part reports measurements and measures regarding the protection against radiations in the premises of the synchrotron. The fourth part reports works performed on the machine: comments on failures, works performed on various equipment (magnet supply, beam ejection, injector, vacuum, high frequency, sources), theoretical and experimental studies (theoretical study of beam focussing, study of injection at higher energy, study of the limitation of injected intensity, study of losses between 1 and 10 minutes after injection). The fifth part addresses physics equipment: beam equipment, fixed installations, magnetism equipment, electronics, intense magnetic field equipment, liquefier, the Desy bubble chamber
[en] After having indicated the time distribution among the various usages and conditions of the Saturne synchrotron during the second quarter of 1963 (beam availability, machine studies, start-up, adjustment and maintenance, failures, various lost times) and proposed some more precise data under tabular and graphical form, this document first gives an overview of physics experiments performed by various research teams, and then discusses measures and measurements regarding protection against radiations during the same period (data of fast neutron flow and energy with respect to the distance to the accelerator centre are given). The next part reports the main incidents, works performed on the machine equipment (HF-beam servo-control, magnetic field bearing, beam ejection, injector). The fifth part addresses physics equipment: general arrangements, fixed installations, electronics, magnetism, intense magnetic fields, liquefactor, film developments, works performed in the CERN hydrogen bubble chamber and the DESY bubble chamber
[en] This document reports data describing the availability and operation (maintenance, beam availability, machine studies, failures, experiments), physics experiments performed by different research teams (particle interactions, electronics, proton polarisation, bubble chambers), measures and measurements regarding the protection against radiation, various studies on the machine (incidents, new devices), and newly installed equipment during the fourth three-month period of 1962. A synthetic overview of four years of operation of Saturne is given
[en] After opening statements about energy as a sustainable factor of prosperity for people, the contributions and debates of this congress addressed the following issues: new perspectives for energy for prosperity (hydrocarbons and petroleum, necessary control of carbon emissions by the industry, signals given by three world energy scenarios, necessary diversification of economies in the Middle East, new visions of energy in a context of disruption, energising the circular economy, a necessary end of use for coal, deep decarbonization for new strategies for zero carbon emissions, the age of digitalisation), business as (un)usual or an opportunity for change (new regional perspectives for Africa and Asia, people driving change for sustainable energy, designing an energy smart future in cities, UAE objectives of carbon print reduction, role of gas in energy transition, dynamic resilience or preparation for extreme weather and water stress, the power of people diversity), inclusive prosperity of new policy imperatives (a new era of energy geopolitics, acceleration of Sustainable Development Goals, world energy scenarios, the challenge of the energy-water-food ecosystem, European perspectives), and innovation as the pathway to prosperity (start-ups in energy transition, cyber security and energy transition, rethinking innovation ecosystems beyond technology). Another part proposes contributions by young researchers, and contributions on some issues: the meaning of energy transition today, the possibly indispensable role of new technologies, a transition which must now meet society's expectations, a transition which must be facilitated by its different actors (governments, governance, geopolitics).
[en] This publication proposes the 22. World Energy congress statements (official statement, the discussions of the future energy leader's programme, contribution of young French students and researchers, what works and does not work in energy efficiency policies in the world) and indicates its publications (the World Energy Trilemna, and World Energy Scenarios to 2050). The contributions of French speakers are then proposed on the following themes: vision and scenarios for the future, identifying business opportunities with resources and technologies, the energy trilemma or policy solutions to secure prosperity, and securing a sustainable energy future. Other contributions by company and government representatives are provided.