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Title Conceptual Layout of the Cavity String of the Cornell ERL Main Linac Cryomodule
Type Poster new projects
Abstract Cornell University, in collaboration with Jefferson Laboratory, has proposed the construction of a prototype energy-recovery linac (ERL) to study the energy recovery concept with high current, low emittance beams [Study for a proposed Phase I ERL Synchrotron Light Source at Cornell University, ed. by S. Gruner and M. Tigner, CHESS Tech. Memo 01-003, JLAB-ACT-01-04 (July 2001)]. In the main linac of this machine two beams, with a beam current of up to 100 mA each, will excite significant higher-order-mode (HOM) power in the superconducting RF cavities. Cost efficiency requires the use of multicell cavities, which is challenging along with the storage-ring like beam current. In this paper we present a promising layout of the cavity string in the main linac module and discuss the HOM damping concept.

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Last (Family) Name First Name (Initials only) Affiliation or Organization (abbreviations if possible)
Liepe M. Cornell University



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