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Fabrication and Testing of the First Module of the SNS RFQ

@inproceedings{Ratti2000FabricationAT,
  title={Fabrication and Testing of the First Module of the SNS RFQ},
  author={Alessandro Ratti},
  year={2000}
}
The 2.5 MeV injector for the Spallation Neutron Source is currently under construction at LBNL, which includes a 2.5 MeV high power, high duty factor four vane RFQ made of four modules. Transverse mode stabilization is obtained through a series of cross coupling rods. Each of the four RFQ modules is equipped with twenty fixed tuners, two active power and two vacuum ports. Fine frequency tuning is accomplished by adjusting the temperature differential in two separate cooling circuits, one on the… 

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