Compact Ferrite-Loaded Cavities and Method of Phase Space Beam Dilution
- Alfonse Pham, Indiana University
Friday, February 21, 10:00 AM - Special Seminar
Nuclear Conference Room
The Advanced Electron-Photon Facility (ALPHA) at Indiana University is currently under construction for applications in extreme environment radiation effects experiments. The compact 20m storage ring with tunable momentum compaction factor will be used for debunching and accumulation of 50-100MeV electrons injected at full energy from a linear accelerator. The design, construction, and test of a compact low-frequency ferrite-loaded rf cavity utilized in the storage ring will be discussed, and a study of bunch broadening with longitudinal particle distribution uniformity using phase modulated harmonic cavities will be introduced.