Design and fabrication of an 805 MHz RF cavity with Be windows for a high RF power testing for a muon cooling experiment
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Design and fabrication of an 805 MHz RF cavity with Be windows for a high RF power testing for a muon cooling experiment

  • Author(s): Li, Derun
  • Corlett, J.
  • MacGill, R.
  • Rimmer, R.
  • Summers, D.
  • Booke, M.
  • Reep, M.
  • et al.
Abstract

We report on the design and fabrication of an 805 MHz RF cavity with beryllium (Be) windows for a muon cooling experiment. The cavity resembles closely to a cylindrical pillbox cavity with the conventional beam iris covered by thin Be foils to enhance on-axis accelerating fields. The Be windows are bolted to the cavity body to allow for easy replacement and testing for different window. The cavity is to be installed within a super-conducting solenoid with magnetic field up to 5 Tesla, and tested as high RF power.

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