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Longitudinal Losses Due to Breathing Mode Excitation in Radiofrequency Linear Accelerators

Channell, Paul J.;
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  • Published: 22 Oct 2010
Transverse breathing mode oscillations in a particle beam can couple energy into longitudinal oscillations in a bunch of finite length and cause significant losses. We develop a model that illustrates this effect and explore the dependence on mismatch size, space-charge tune depression, longitudinal focusing strength, bunch length, and RF bucket length.
arxiv: Physics::Accelerator Physics
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