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Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity

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Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity. / Ambattu, P. K.; Burt, G.; Carter, R. G.; Dexter, A. C.; Jones, R.; McIntosh, P.

2009. 833-835 Paper presented at 24th International Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC 2008, Victoria, BC, Canada.

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Ambattu, PK, Burt, G, Carter, RG, Dexter, AC, Jones, R & McIntosh, P 2009, 'Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity', Paper presented at 24th International Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC 2008, Victoria, BC, Canada, 29/09/08 - 3/10/08 pp. 833-835.

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Ambattu, P. K., Burt, G., Carter, R. G., Dexter, A. C., Jones, R., & McIntosh, P. (2009). Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity. 833-835. Paper presented at 24th International Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC 2008, Victoria, BC, Canada.

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Ambattu PK, Burt G, Carter RG, Dexter AC, Jones R, McIntosh P. Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity. 2009. Paper presented at 24th International Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC 2008, Victoria, BC, Canada.

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Ambattu, P. K. ; Burt, G. ; Carter, R. G. ; Dexter, A. C. ; Jones, R. ; McIntosh, P. / Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity. Paper presented at 24th International Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC 2008, Victoria, BC, Canada.3 p.

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title = "Initial study on the shape optimisation of the CLIC crab cavity",
abstract = "The compact linear collider (CLIC) requires a crab cavity to align bunches prior to collision. The bunch structure demands tight amplitude and phase tolerances of the RF fields inside the cavity, for the minimal luminosity loss. Beam loading effects require special attention as it is one potential sources of field errors in the cavity. In order to assist the amplitude and phase control, we propose a travelling wave (TW) structure with a high group velocity allowing rapid propagation of errors out of the system. Such a design makes the cavity structure significantly different from previous ones. This paper will look at the implications of this on other cavity parameters and the optimisation of the cavity geometry.",
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