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Browsing Conference papers by Subject "rf cavity"

Browsing Conference papers by Subject "rf cavity"

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  • Chung, M.; Tollestrup, A.; Jansson, A.; Yonehara, K.; Insepov, Z. (Proceedings of IPAC’10, Kyoto, Japan, 2010)
    Ionization cooling is a critical building block for the realization of a muon collider. To suppress breakdown in the presence of the external magnetic field, an idea of using an RF cavity filled with high pressure hydrogen ...
  • Norem, J.; Hassanein, A.; Insepov, Z.; Konkashbaev, I. (Proceedings of 2005 Particle Accelerator Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, 2005)
    We present a simple model of breakdown in rf cavities. For most events this involves tensile stress and tensile strength, however other effects can also contribute. We discuss the effects of different materials, fatigue, ...
  • Insepov, Z.; Norem, J.; Vetizer, S.; Mahalingam, S. (American Institute of Physics, 2011-12)
    Although vacuum arcs were first identified over 110 years ago, they are not yet well understood. We have since developed a model of breakdown and gradient limits that tries to explain, in a self-consistent way: arc triggering, ...
  • Yonehara, K.; Chung, M.; Popovic, M.; Moretti, A.; Wang, H.; Alsharo'a, M.; Insepov, Z. (Fermilab, 2010)
    A high pressure hydrogen gas filled RF cavity has been proposed for use in the muon collection system for a muon collider. It allows for high electric field gradients in RF cavities located in strong magnetic fields, a ...
  • Norem, J.; Bross, A.; Hassanein, A.; Qian, Z.; Yoon, K. E.; Moretti, A.; Li, D. (Fermilab, 2006-06)
    Studies of low frequency RF systems for muon cooling has led to a variety of new techniques for looking at dark currents, a new model of breakdown, and, ultimately, a model of RF cavity operation based on surface damage. ...

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