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Design study on standing-wave linear accelerator
2001 / IEEE / 0-7803-7191-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Design study on standing-wave linear accelerator ' A compact standing-wave linac has been designed using S-band microwaves for medical and industrial applications. It uses a bi-periodic structure with constant impedance. It consists of a buncher section with three-cells and on-axis coupled cavities with nine-cells. The total length is 740.0 mm including the electron gun. Using SUPERFISH, HFSS and PARMELA codes, it is capable to deliver 4.5 MeV electron beams with pulsed microwaves of 4.8 MW at 2,856 MHz. In this paper, we present the detailed design studies on a compact S-band standing-wave linac.
Particle Beam Stability
Particle Beam Bunching
Beam Handling Equipment
Accelerator Rf Systems
Standing-wave Linear Accelerator
On-axis Coupled Cavities
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Linear Particle Accelerator
High Energy Physics Instrumentation Computing
Particle Beam Dynamics