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Development of spoke cavities for the EURISOL and EUROTRANS projects

Abstract : IPN Orsay is strongly involved within the EURISOL and EUROTRANS projects, especially collaborating to the overall design of their linac architecture. Since a few years, main part of the R&D work is dedicated to the development of superconducting spoke cavities and their associated components (RF coupler, tuning system horizontal cryomodule, etc.). Following the very promising results obtained with our first single-spoke prototype (2-gap, 352 MHz, beta 0.35), a new prototype has been designed and fabricated (2-gap, 352 MHz, beta 0.15) in order to be integrated in a future linac. The mechanical and RF tests, done on this prototype, are presented. Then, an overview of the latest beam dynamics calculations performed to design a linac using spoke cavities will be described.
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G. Olry, J.-L. Biarrotte, S. Blivet, S. Bousson, C. Joly, et al.. Development of spoke cavities for the EURISOL and EUROTRANS projects. 12th International Workshop on RF Superconductivity, Jul 2005, Ithaca, United States. pp.201-204, ⟨10.1016/j.physc.2006.03.116⟩. ⟨in2p3-00105516⟩



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