LINAC14: Proceedings of the 27th International Linear Accelerator Conference
27th International Linear Accelerator Conference, August 31-September 5, 2014, Geneva, Switzerland
In recent years great interest has been shown in developing rf structures for beam separation, correction of geometrical degradation on luminosity, and diagnostic applications in both lepton and hadron machines. The rf dipole being a very promising one among all of them. The rf dipole has been tested and proven to have attractive properties that include high shunt impedance, low and balance surface fields, absence of lower order modes and far-spaced higher order modes that simplify their damping scheme. As well as to be a compact and versatile design in a considerable range of frequencies, its fairly simple geometry dependency is suitable both for fabrication and surface treatment. The rf dipole geometry can also be optimized for lowering multipacting risk and multipole tailoring to meet machine specific field uniformity tolerances. In the present work a survey of field uniformities, and multipole contents for a set of 750 MHz rf dipole designs is presented as both a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the inherent flexibility of the structure and its limitations.
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Original Publication Citation
Castilla, A., & Delayen, J. R. (2014). Multipole and field uniformity tailoring of a 750 MHz RF dipole. In C. Carli, M. Draper, Y.-M. Ducimetiere, A. McCausey, R. Müller, J. Poole & V.R.W. Schaa (Eds.), LINAC14: Proceedings of the 27th International Linear Accelerator Conference (pp. 326-328) https://accelconf.web.cern.ch/linac2014/papers/mopp117.pdf
Castilla, A. and Delayen, Jean R., "Multipole and Field Uniformity Tailoring of a 750 MHz RF Dipole" (2014). Physics Faculty Publications. 747.