Surface Impedance and Synchronous Modes


The concept of the surface impedance is applicable to the case, when obstacles on the surface of a vacuum chamber are small compared to characteristic dimensions of the problem. We apply this concept to the calculation of a synchronous mode that can propagate in a tube with slightly corrugated walls. We also show that such a mode can propagate in a pipe with a rough surface, or a perforated pipe with a large number of holes. Presented at the Workshop on Instabilities of High Intensity Hadron Beams in Rings, Brookhaven National Laboratory, June 28 to July 1, 1999 Work supported by Department of Energy contract DE{AC03{76SF00515

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@inproceedings{Stupakov1999SurfaceIA, title={Surface Impedance and Synchronous Modes}, author={Gennady V. Stupakov}, year={1999} }