The SNS linac high power RF system design, status, and results

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The Spallation Neutron Source being built at the Oak Ridge National Lab in Tennessee requires a 1 GeV proton linac. Los Alamos has responsibility for the RF systems for the entire linac. The linac requires 3 distinct types of RF systems: 2.5-MW peak, 402.5 MHz, RF systems for the RFQ and DTL (7 systems total); 5-MW peak, 805 MHz systems for the CCL and the two energy corrector cavities (6 systems total); and 550-kW peak, 805 MHz systems for the superconducting sections (8 1 systems total). The design of the SNS Linac RF system was presented at the 2001 Particle ... continued below

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Rees, D. E. (Daniel E.); Bradley, J. T. (Joseph T.), III; Cummings, K. A. (Karen Ann); Hardek, T. W. (Thomas W.); Roybal, W. T. (William T.) & Tallerico, P. J. (Paul J.) January 1, 2003.

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The Spallation Neutron Source being built at the Oak Ridge National Lab in Tennessee requires a 1 GeV proton linac. Los Alamos has responsibility for the RF systems for the entire linac. The linac requires 3 distinct types of RF systems: 2.5-MW peak, 402.5 MHz, RF systems for the RFQ and DTL (7 systems total); 5-MW peak, 805 MHz systems for the CCL and the two energy corrector cavities (6 systems total); and 550-kW peak, 805 MHz systems for the superconducting sections (8 1 systems total). The design of the SNS Linac RF system was presented at the 2001 Particle Accelerator Conference in Chicago. Vendors have been selected for the klystrons (3 different vendors), circulators ( I vendor), transmitter (1 vendor), and high power RF loads (3 different vendors). This paper presents the results and status of vendor procurements, test results of the major components of the Linac RF system and our installation progress.

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  • Submitted to: IEEE PAC 2003, Portland, OR, May 12-16, 2003

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Rees, D. E. (Daniel E.); Bradley, J. T. (Joseph T.), III; Cummings, K. A. (Karen Ann); Hardek, T. W. (Thomas W.); Roybal, W. T. (William T.) & Tallerico, P. J. (Paul J.). The SNS linac high power RF system design, status, and results, article, January 1, 2003; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc927440/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.