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Title: Ultra-High Gradient S-Band Linac for Laboratory And Industrial Applications

Abstract

A strong demand for high gradient structures arises from the limited real estate available for linear accelerators. RadiaBeam Technologies is developing a Doubled Energy Compact Accelerator (DECA) structure: an S-band standing wave electron linac designed to operate at accelerating gradients of up to 50 MV/m. In this paper, we present the radio-frequency design of the DECA S-band accelerating structure, operating at 2.856 GHz in the {pi}-mode. The structure design is heavily influenced by NLC collaboration experience with ultra high gradient X-band structures; S-band, however, is chosen to take advantage of commonly available high power S-band klystrons.

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Publication Date:
Research Org.:
SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC)
OSTI Identifier:
1043213
Report Number(s):
SLAC-REPRINT-2012-089
TRN: US1203033
DOE Contract Number:  
AC02-76SF00515
Resource Type:
Conference
Journal Name:
AIP Conf.Proc.1299:451-456,2010
Additional Journal Information:
Conference: Prepared for 14th Advanced Accelerator Concepts Workshop, Annapolis, Maryland, 13-19 Jun 2010
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
43 PARTICLE ACCELERATORS; 46 INSTRUMENTATION RELATED TO NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY; KLYSTRONS; LINEAR ACCELERATORS; STANDING WAVES; BEAM PRODUCTION; COMPTON EFFECT; ELECTRON BEAMS; GHZ RANGE; MAGNETIC FIELDS; RADIOWAVE RADIATION; RF SYSTEMS; ELASTIC SCATTERING; BASIC INTERACTIONS; ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTIONS; ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION; ELECTRON TUBES; ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT; FREQUENCY RANGE; LEPTON BEAMS; MICROWAVE EQUIPMENT; MICROWAVE TUBES; PARTICLE BEAMS; Accelerators,ACCPHY

Citation Formats

Faillace, L., /RadiaBeam Tech., Agustsson, R., /RadiaBeam Tech., Dolgashev, V., /SLAC, Frigola, P., /RadiaBeam Tech., Murokh, A., /RadiaBeam Tech., Rosenzweig, J., /UCLA, Yakimenko, V., and /Brookhaven. Ultra-High Gradient S-Band Linac for Laboratory And Industrial Applications. United States: N. p., 2012. Web.
Faillace, L., /RadiaBeam Tech., Agustsson, R., /RadiaBeam Tech., Dolgashev, V., /SLAC, Frigola, P., /RadiaBeam Tech., Murokh, A., /RadiaBeam Tech., Rosenzweig, J., /UCLA, Yakimenko, V., & /Brookhaven. Ultra-High Gradient S-Band Linac for Laboratory And Industrial Applications. United States.
Faillace, L., /RadiaBeam Tech., Agustsson, R., /RadiaBeam Tech., Dolgashev, V., /SLAC, Frigola, P., /RadiaBeam Tech., Murokh, A., /RadiaBeam Tech., Rosenzweig, J., /UCLA, Yakimenko, V., and /Brookhaven. Mon . "Ultra-High Gradient S-Band Linac for Laboratory And Industrial Applications". United States.
@article{osti_1043213,
title = {Ultra-High Gradient S-Band Linac for Laboratory And Industrial Applications},
author = {Faillace, L. and /RadiaBeam Tech. and Agustsson, R. and /RadiaBeam Tech. and Dolgashev, V. and /SLAC and Frigola, P. and /RadiaBeam Tech. and Murokh, A. and /RadiaBeam Tech. and Rosenzweig, J. and /UCLA and Yakimenko, V. and /Brookhaven},
abstractNote = {A strong demand for high gradient structures arises from the limited real estate available for linear accelerators. RadiaBeam Technologies is developing a Doubled Energy Compact Accelerator (DECA) structure: an S-band standing wave electron linac designed to operate at accelerating gradients of up to 50 MV/m. In this paper, we present the radio-frequency design of the DECA S-band accelerating structure, operating at 2.856 GHz in the {pi}-mode. The structure design is heavily influenced by NLC collaboration experience with ultra high gradient X-band structures; S-band, however, is chosen to take advantage of commonly available high power S-band klystrons.},
doi = {},
journal = {AIP Conf.Proc.1299:451-456,2010},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {2012},
month = {6}
}

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