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Author Wang, Juwen ♦ Higo, Toshiyasu
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Successful Collaborative Effort ♦ Warm Machine ♦ Tesla Cold Machine ♦ Machine Cost ♦ Glc Nlc ♦ Various Rf Parameter ♦ High Power Performance ♦ Nlc Glc ♦ Main Achievement ♦ Coupler Type ♦ Long-term Operation ♦ Cavity Shape ♦ Major Challenge ♦ High Priority ♦ Thirty X-band Structure ♦ Long-range Wakefields ♦ Structure Design ♦ Accelerator Technology ♦ Status Report ♦ Linear Collider Proposal ♦ High Luminosity ♦ Accelerator Structure ♦ Next Linear Collider ♦ High Gradient Structure ♦ Recent Year ♦ Global Linear Collider ♦ Room-temperature Accelerator Technology ♦ Accelerator Structure Development ♦ High Gradient
Description The NLC (Next Linear Collider) and GLC (Global Linear Collider) [1,2] are e+ e- linear collider proposals based on room-temperature accelerator technology – so called “warm machines ” in comparison with the TESLA “cold machine ” that is based on superconducting accelerator technology. There have been two major challenges in developing X-band (11.4 GHz) accelerator structures for the GLC/NLC. The first is to demonstrate stable, long-term operation at the high gradient (65 MV/m) that is required to optimize the machine cost. The second is to strongly suppress the beam induced long-range wakefields, which is required to achieve high luminosity. The development of high gradient structures has been a high priority in recent years. Nearly thirty X-band structures with various rf parameters, cavity shapes and coupler types have been fabricated and tested since 2000. This program has been a successful collaborative effort among groups at SLAC, KEK, FNAL and other labs. A summary of the main achievements and experiences are presented in this paper as well as a status report on the structure design, high power performance, manufacturing techniques, and other structure related issues. 1.
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Publisher Institution Recent progress in R&D of Advanced Room Temperature Accelerator Structures “, Proceedings of the Linac2002 Conference