Surface analysis of oxygen free electrolytic-copper X-band accelerating structures and possible correlation to radio frequency breakdown events

@article{Harvey2004SurfaceAO,
  title={Surface analysis of oxygen free electrolytic-copper X-band accelerating structures and possible correlation to radio frequency breakdown events},
  author={Stefanie E. Harvey and F. Pimpec and R. Kirby and F.Marcelja and K. Adamson and E. Garwin},
  journal={Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={1326-1330}
}
  • Stefanie E. Harvey, F. Pimpec, +3 authors E. Garwin
  • Published 2004
  • Physics
  • Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology
  • X-band accelerator structures meeting the next linear collider design requirements have been found to suffer vacuum surface damage caused by rf breakdown, when processed to high electric-field gradients. Improved understanding of these breakdown events is desirable for the development of structure designs, fabrication procedures, and processing techniques that minimize structure damage. rf reflected wave analysis and acoustic sensor pickup have provided breakdowns localization in rf structures… CONTINUE READING
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