Proceedings, 28th International Linear Accelerator Conference (LINAC16)
28th International Linear Accelerator Conference (LINAC16), East Lansing, Michigan, September 25-30, 2016
The twin-axis cavity is a new kind of rf superconducting cavity that consists of two parallel beam pipes, which can accelerate or decelerate two spatially separated beams in the same cavity. This configuration is particularly effective for high-current beams with low-energy electrons that will be used for bunched beam cooling of high-energy protons or ions. The new cavity geometry was designed to create a uniform accelerating or decelerating fields for both beams by utilizing a TM110 dipole mode. This paper presents the design rf optimization of a 1497 MHz twin-axis single-cell cavity, which is currently under fabrication.
Original Publication Citation
De Silva, S., Delayen, J., Hutton, A., Marhauser, F., & Park, H. (2017). Electromagnetic Design of a Superconducting Twin Axis Cavity. Paper presented at the 28th Linear Accelerator Conference, 25-30 September 2016, East Lansing, Michigan. https://doi.org/10.18429/JACoW-LINAC2016-MOPLR030
0000-0002-4809-9439 (De Silva), 0000-0002-8222-8740 (Delayen), 0000-0002-2944-7530 (Hutton)
De Silva, S. U.; Park, H.; Delayen, J. R.; Marhauser, F.; and Hutton, A., "Electromagnetic Design of a Superconducting Twin Axis Cavity" (2017). Physics Faculty Publications. 321.