Vibration stability studies of a superconducting accelerating module at room temperature

  title={Vibration stability studies of a superconducting accelerating module at room temperature},
  author={Ramila Amirikas and Alessandro Bertolini and W. Bialowons},
  journal={2007 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC)},
Both the European X-ray free electron laser (XFEL) [1] and the proposed International linear collider (ILC) [2] will rely on superconducting accelerating modules (cryomodules) for their linear accelerator (linac) section/s. In this paper, vibration stability studies of a type III cryomodule with relation to its mechanical design, at room temperature, have been presented. Results of this study are relevant for the design of both the XFEL and the ILC module prototypes. 


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