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Mechanical analysis of a $\beta=0.09 $ 162.5MHz taper HWR cavity

Fan, Peiliang; Zhu, Feng; Zhong, Hutianxiang; Quan, Shengwen; Liu, Kexin;
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  • Published: 14 Jul 2015
One superconducting taper-type half-wave resonator (HWR) with frequency of 162.5MHz, \b{eta} of 0.09 has been developed at Peking University, which is used to accelerate high current proton ($\sim$ 100mA) and $D^{+}$($\sim$ 50mA). The radio frequency (RF) design of the cavity has been accomplished. Herein, we present the mechanical analysis of the cavity which is also an important aspect in superconducting cavity design. The frequency shift caused by bath helium pressure and Lorenz force, and the tuning by deforming the cavity along the beam axis will be analyzed in this paper.
arXiv: Physics::Accelerator PhysicsPhysics::Optics
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