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Commissioning of the MAX 700MHz test stand

Abstract : The MYRRHA project aims at the construction of an Accelerator Driven System demonstrator. The criticality will be sustained by an external spallation neutron flux produced thanks to a 600 MeV high intensity proton beam. This beam will be delivered by a superconducting linac which must fulfil very stringent reliability requirements. Under the MAX (MYRRHA Accelerator eXperiment) program, which aims at pursuing the R&D activities on the ADS-type accelerator, a 700 MHz Cryomodule was developed. The main goal of this test stand is to dispose of a facility to carry out “real scale” reliability oriented studies on a RF Superconducting cavity of the high-energy linac section. This module holds a 5-cell elliptical cavity equipped with its blade cold tuning system and its coaxial power coupler. The experimental work undertaken at IPN Orsay, has allowed to fully qualify the module in machine configuration (high RF power, at 2K), including assessment of the tuning system and measurement of microphonics spectrums. During this study the dynamic behavior of the fast tuning system of the cavity was also measured. We review here the obtained results and lessons learnt by operating this module.
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J.-L. Biarrotte, M. El Yakoubi, F. Chatelet, N. Gandolfo, C. Joly, et al.. Commissioning of the MAX 700MHz test stand. 27th Linear Accelerator Conference (LINAC14), Sep 2014, Geneva, Switzerland. JACOW, LINAC2014, pp.610-612, 2014. ⟨in2p3-01061918⟩



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