System studies for HIF

IBEAM driver systems models:

W. R. Meier, R. O. Bangerter, and A. Faltens, “An integrated systems model for heavy ion drivers,” Nucl. Inst. and Meth. in Phys. Res. A, 415, 249 (1998).

J. J. Barnard, R. O. Bangerter, E. Henestroza, I. D. Kaganovich, B. G. Logan, W. R. Meier, D. V. Rose, P. Santhanam, W. M. Sharp, D. R. Welch, and S. S. Yu, “A final focus model for heavy-ion fusion driver system codes,” Nucl. Inst. and Meth. in Phys. Res. A 544, 243 (2005).

The Robust Point Design induction linac driver study:

S. S. Yu, W. R. Meier, R. P. Abbott, J.J . Barnard, T. Brown, D. A. Callahan, C. Debonnel, P. Heitzenroeder, J. F. Latkowski, B. G. Logan, S. J. Pemberton, P. F. Peterson, D. V. Rose, G.-L. Sabbi, W. M. Sharp, and D. R. Welch, “An Updated Point Design for Heavy Ion Fusion,” Fusion Science and Tech. 44 (2), 266 (2003).

J. F. Latkowski and W. R. Meier, “Shielding of the Final Focusing System in the Robust Point Design,” Fusion Sci. and Tech. 44 (2), 300 (2003).

T. Brown et al., "An Integrated Mechanical Design Concept for the Final Focusing Region for the HIF Point Design" (2003) (report) 

The European HIDIF concept for an ignition facility used RF linacs and multiple storage rings:

C. R. Prior, “Status of the HIDIF Study,” Proc. 1998 European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC ’98),

The HYLIFE power plant study:

R. W. Moir, et al., “HYLIFE-II: A Molten-Salt Inertial Fusion Energy Power Plant Design--Final Report,Fusion Technology 25, 5-25 (1994).

The Heavy Ion Fusion Systems Assessment (HIFSA study):

G. Miley (Editor), Fusion Technology 13 (2), 189-396 (Feb. 1988); multiple articles are of interest, for example:
J. Hovingh, V.O. Brady, A. Faltens, and D. Keefe, and E.P. Lee, “Heavy-ion linear induction accelerators as drivers for inertial fusion power plants,”
Fusion Technol. 13, 255 (1988).