Proceedings, 2nd North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NAPAC2016)
2nd North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NAPAC2016), Chicago, Illinois, October 9-14, 2016
In circular or ring-based particle colliders, crabbing cavities are used to increase the luminosity. The first superconducting crabbing cavity system was successfully implemented at KEKB electron-positron collider that have demonstrated the luminosity increase with overlapping bunches. Crabbing systems are an essential component in the future colliders with intense beams, such as the LHC high luminosity upgrade and proposed electron-ion colliders. Novel compact superconducting cavity designs with improved rf properties, at low operating frequencies have been prototyped successfully that can deliver high operating voltages. We present single cavity and multi-cell crabbing cavities proposed for future particle colliders and addresses the challenges in those cavity systems.
Original Publication Citation
De Silva, S. (2017, October 9-14, 2016). Compact Crabbing Cavity Systems for Particle Colliders. Paper presented at the North American Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
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Silva, Subashini De, "Compact Crabbing Cavity Systems for Particle Colliders" (2017). Physics Faculty Publications. 316.