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Obtaining the Wakefield Due to Cell-to-Cell Misalignments in a Linear Accelerator Structure

Bane, Karl L. F.; Li, Zenghai;
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  • Published: 27 Jan 2001
A linear accelerator structure, such as will be used in the linacs of the JLC/NLC collider, is composed of on the order of 100 cells. The cells are constructed as individual cups that are brazed together to form a structure. Fabrication error will result in slight cell-to-cell misalignments along the finished structure. In this report we derive an approximation to the transverse wakefield of a structure with cell-to-cell misalignments in terms of the eigenfunctions and eigenvalues of the error-free structure.
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