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Subject Keyword Relativistic Klystron ♦ Beam Accelerator ♦ Inductively Detuned Rf Extraction Cavity ♦ Following Requirement ♦ Separate Port ♦ High Rf Power ♦ Rf Output ♦ Required Cavity Parameter ♦ Longitudinal Beam Dynamic Study ♦ Extraction Cavity Design ♦ 8-mm Inner Radius ♦ General Requirement ♦ Design Effort ♦ Specific Path ♦ Rf Component ♦ Mass Next Linear Collider ♦ Cavity Design ♦ Detailed Calculation ♦ Electromagnetic Calculation ♦ Tev Center ♦ Extraction Cavity ♦ Rf Power
Abstract The required cavity parameters have already been discussed elsewhere in this conference [2]; here we will present electromagnetic calculations to determine the structure of the extraction cavities. We have chosen in this design effort one specific path to meet the general requirements. The procedure adopted is by no means unique, and we anticipate further optimizations and more detailed calculations in the future. An inductively detuned traveling wave cavity for the Relativistic Klystron Two Beam Accelerator expected to extract high RF power at 11.424 GHz for the 1 TeV Center of Mass Next Linear Collider has been designed. Longitudinal beam dynamics studies led to the following requirements on cavity design: II. THE EXTRACTION CAVITY DESIGN a) Extraction of 360 MW of RF power with RF component of the current being 1.15 kAmps at 11.424 GHz, Present designs evolve around traveling-wavestructures with 3 cells of 8-mm inner radius. The rf output is extracted through 2 separate ports i...
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