Rf Breakdown Studies in Room Temperature Electron Linac Structures*

@inproceedings{J1988RfBS,
  title={Rf Breakdown Studies in Room Temperature Electron Linac Structures*},
  author={J.... and W... and Q Wang and Sionford and Lincor and Aceelcrotor},
  year={1988}
}
  • J...., W..., +3 authors Aceelcrotor
  • Published 1988
This paper is an overall review of studied carried out by the authors and some of their colleagues on RF breakdown, Field Emirrion and RF processing in room temperature electron linac structures. The motivation behind this work is twofold: in a fundamental way, to contribute to the understanding of the RF breakdown phenomenon, and as an application, to determine the maximum electric field gradient that can be obtained and used safely in future c* linear colliders. Indeed, the next generation of… CONTINUE READING
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