Design and Factory Test of the E /E- Frascati Linear Accelerator for DAFNE

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The electron-positron accelerator for the DAFNE project has been built and is in test at Titan Beta in Dublin, CA. This S-Band RF linac system utilizes four 45 MW sledded klystrons and 16-3 m accelerating structures to achieve the required performance. It delivers a 4 ampere electron beam to the positron converter and accelerates the resulting positrons to 550 MeV. The converter design uses a 4.3T pulsed tapered flux compressor along with a pseudo-adiabatic tapered field to a 5 KG solenoid over the first two positron accelerating sections. Quadrupole focusing is used after 100 MeV. The system performance is given ... continued below

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Anamkath, H.; Lyons, S.; Nett, D.; Treas, P.; Whitham, K.; Zante, T. et al. November 28, 2011.

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The electron-positron accelerator for the DAFNE project has been built and is in test at Titan Beta in Dublin, CA. This S-Band RF linac system utilizes four 45 MW sledded klystrons and 16-3 m accelerating structures to achieve the required performance. It delivers a 4 ampere electron beam to the positron converter and accelerates the resulting positrons to 550 MeV. The converter design uses a 4.3T pulsed tapered flux compressor along with a pseudo-adiabatic tapered field to a 5 KG solenoid over the first two positron accelerating sections. Quadrupole focusing is used after 100 MeV. The system performance is given in Table 1. This paper briefly describes the design and development of the various subassemblies in this system and gives the initial factory test data.

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  • Prepared for 4th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 94), London, England, 27 Jun - 1 Jul 1994

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  • Office of Scientific & Technical Information Report Number: 1030546
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Anamkath, H.; Lyons, S.; Nett, D.; Treas, P.; Whitham, K.; Zante, T. et al. Design and Factory Test of the E /E- Frascati Linear Accelerator for DAFNE, article, November 28, 2011; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc833901/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.