Progress on a Be Cavity Design

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Previous RF experiments with normal-conducting cavities have demonstrated that there is a significant degradation in maximum gradient when the cavity is subjected to a strong axial magnetic field. We have developed a model suggesting that a cavity with beryllium walls may perform better than copper cavities. In this paper we outline the issues that led us to propose fabricating a Be-wall cavity. We also discuss a concept for fabricating such a cavity and mention some of the manufacturing issues we expect to face.

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Li, D.; Palmer, R.; Stratakis, D.; Virostek, S. & Zisman, Michael S. December 24, 2010.

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Previous RF experiments with normal-conducting cavities have demonstrated that there is a significant degradation in maximum gradient when the cavity is subjected to a strong axial magnetic field. We have developed a model suggesting that a cavity with beryllium walls may perform better than copper cavities. In this paper we outline the issues that led us to propose fabricating a Be-wall cavity. We also discuss a concept for fabricating such a cavity and mention some of the manufacturing issues we expect to face.

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  • 12th International Conference on Neutrino Factories, Superbeams and Beta Beams, Mumbai, India, October 20-25, 2010

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Li, D.; Palmer, R.; Stratakis, D.; Virostek, S. & Zisman, Michael S. Progress on a Be Cavity Design, article, December 24, 2010; Berkeley, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc832910/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.