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Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

ILCDR08 Report- Electron Cloud Session -

2008.07.08 – 11 @Cornell Univ.

Y. Suetsugu, KEK


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Electron Cloud Group Charge(M. Palmer)

The charge to the Electron Cloud working group is to review the status of electron cloud simulations, both for electron cloud growth and for electron cloud induced beam dynamics, the benchmarking of the major codes against each other, and benchmarking of the codes against experiment. The group should also review the status of electron cloud measurement and mitigation techniques. Finally, the group should look at the world-wide experimental program and inputs that are required for the ILC and CLIC damping ring designs, paying particular attention to identifying tests that are needed as part of the CesrTA program.

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This charge is quite ambitious; we made headway, but continuing discussions and real work will be required to fulfill the charge


Four working groups

Four Working Groups

  • Measurements

    • Electron cloud build up, effect on beam

  • Simulations

    • Benchmarking, build up, effect on beam

  • Mitigation techniques

    • Coating, groove, clearing electrode

  • Experimental plans

    • Each Lab., CESR TA


Talks in measurement wg

Talks in Measurement WG

  • Cloud Build up

    • K. Kanazawa (KEK), R. Zwaska (Fermi Lab.) and S. Greenwald (Cornell): RFA [Retarding Field Analyzer] monitors

    • S. De Santis (LBNL): Microwave transmission

  • Effects on Beam

    • K. Ohmi (KEK): Incoherent emittance growth

    • J. Flanagan (KEK): Coherent instability

    • R. Holtszpple (Alfred Univ.): Tune shift using witness bunch


M easurement kanazawa

Measurement (Kanazawa)

RFA type electron detectors with Faraday cup or MCP or multi-strip anode are installed to KEKB LER.


M easurement greenwald

Measurement (Greenwald)

Comparison between Cornell-type thin RFA and APS-type

Almost consistent each other

Newly developed RFA for

CESR-TA

Dipole Chamber RFA


M easurement santis

Measurement (Santis)

Electron density can be estimated by measuring the phase shift of transmitting microwave

  • Instruments were set up

    for CESR-TA, following PEP-II


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Effects on Beam (Flanagan)

J. Flanagan,

ECLOUD07

  • Head-tail instability: Synchro-Betatron sidebands

    • The behavior is consistent

      with simulation


Effects on beam holtzappie

Effects on Beam(Holtzappie)

Tune shift measurement using witness bunch

Use long trains e+/e- bunches to generate a electron cloud density.

Place witness bunches

at varying times after

the generating train

and measure the

coherent tune shift

of the witness bunch.


Summary

Summary

Build up

Thin RFA is prepared for wiggler section (B-magnet)

Microwave transmitting method with better hardware

Measurement in Q-magnet or in solenoid field: Future issues

Effect on beam

Measurement of coherent instabilities, incoherent emittance growth

Tune shift

Beam size: Development of X-ray beam size monitor

Provide valuable data for verification of simulation codes.


Talks in simulation wg

Talks in Simulation WG

(M. Furman)

  • G. Dugan: “Simulations at Cornell for CesrTA”

  • J. Calvey: “Simulations for RFA studies at CesrTA”

  • J. Crittenden: “Simulations for witness bunch studies at CesrTA”

  • T. Demma: “Build-up of electron cloud in DAFNE in the presence of a solenoid field”

  • C. Celata: “Electron cloud cyclotron resonances for short bunches in magnetic fields”

  • K. Ohmi: “Study of electron cloud instabilities in CesrTA and KEKB”

    All but the last talk are about “build-up ecloud physics”


What is to be done 1

What is to be done… (1)

(M. Furman)

  • Understand e-cloud build-up, decay, and spatial/energy distribution

  • Benchmarking of build-up codes

    • Bring the codes (ECLOUD, CLOUDLAND, POSINST) into agreement

    • “Rediffused electrons” likely to be the source of the discrepancy

  • Simulate a few beam fill patterns

    • Obtain electron flux Je and dN/dE at RFAs

    • Obtain transverse distribution of e-cloud at dipoles

    • Fit basic SEY parameters to the above so as to agree with data

    • Predict Je, dN/dE, tune shift along train and transverse electron distribution for other fill patterns

  • This subprogram will

    • Characterize the e-cloud distribution around the machine

    • Increase the confidence in build-up codes


What is to be done 2

What is to be done… (2)

(M. Furman)

  • Understand effects of the e-cloud on the beam

  • Available codes: HEADTAIL, WARP, PEHTS, CMAD,…

  • CesrTA e-cloud R&D is driven by the necessity to preserve a very low beam emittance. This will bring intense scrutiny of e-cloud codes that compute effects on the beam

  • To a large degree, this subprogram can proceed in parallel with the build-up subprogram

    • Just assume a value for the e-cloud density near the beam and proceed

    • Look at single bunch (coherent and incoherent) effects

    • Multi-bunch coherent effects

  • As the build-up subprogram provides more information on the e-cloud around the ring, refine the understanding of the e-cloud effects on the beam


Talks in mitigation wg

Talks in Mitigation WG

  • F. Caspers (CERN) : Microwave transmission recent measurements in the SPS and LHC  Measurements?

  • M. Pivi (SLAC): Mitigations experiments at SLAC

  • R. Zwaska (Fermilab): Plans for a resistive electrode

  • Y. Suetsugu (KEK): Experiment on clearing electrode at KEKB positron ring

  • M. Palmer: Mitigation studies presently included in the CesrTA program


Ecloud2 grooved chambers performance m pivi

ECLOUD2 – Grooved Chambers Performance: M. Pivi

M. Pivi et al, SLAC

Electron cloud signal in stainless steel chamber.

Electron cloud signal in two smooth (flat) TiN-chambers and two grooved TiN-chambers installed in PEP-II.


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Conditioning surfaces in PEP-II: M. Pivi, SLAC

(M. Pivi)

  • Stability of TiN coating


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Clearing Electrodes in KEKB: Y. Suetsugu, KEK

(M. Pivi)


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Mitigation tests in Cesr TA: M. Palmer, Cornell

(M. Pivi)


Recommendation for mitigation as input for dr design discussion all

Recommendation for mitigation as input for DR design: Discussion All

(M. Pivi)

Preliminary table to be completed as input for Technical Design Phase. Goal is to turn all Red colors to Green in the next two years.

Other mitigations under development! (ex: Carbon coating CERN)


Summary1

Summary

(M. Pivi)

  • Successful R&D program on electron cloud mitigations.

  • TiN coating has been demonstrated to have an SEY below the instability threshold. Work continues to address a few remaining issues.

  • Yet, requirements at future colliders (2 picometer emittance in the ILC DR, e.g.) are challenging.

  • Hence, close collaboration between labs to develop complementary mitigation techniques is needed to further suppress the electron cloud effect.


Talks in experimental plan wg

Talks in Experimental Plan WG

(G. Dugan)

  • G. Dugan (Cornell): Cesr-TA experimental plans

  • Y. Suetsugu (KEK): Experimental Plan at KEKB Positron Ring:Grooved Surface, and Clearing Electrode Ver.2

  • K. Kanazawa (KEK): Plan of measuring cloud density in the solenoid field and in the quadrupole field

  • W. Fischer (BNL): EC plans in connection with eRHIC

  • General discussion on key experiments for experimental planning-focused on code validation and mitigation techniques-all


Cesr ec experimental areas

CESR EC experimental areas

(G. Dugan)

  • L3 Straight Experimental area

    • Instrument large bore quadrupoles and adjacent drifts

    • Install of PEP-II experimental hardware (including chicane) in early 2009

    • Provide location for installation of test chambers

  • Arc experimental areas

    • Instrument dipoles and adjacent drifts

    • Provide locations for installation of test chambers, in drifts where wigglers were removed.

  • L0 Wiggler Experimental area

    • All wigglers in zero dispersion regions for low emittance

    • Instrumented wiggler straight and adjacent sections


Experimental setup

Experimental Setup

Y. Suetsugu, H. Fukuma, KEK

M. Pivi and W. Lanfa, SLAC

Experimental Plan at KEKB Positron RingGrooved Surface, and Clearing Electrode Ver.2

(G. Dugan)

Wiggler magnets

B = 0.75 T

[Groove]

R47

Magnetic field

Beam

[Monitor]

Test chamber with antechambers

Gate Valve

Gate Valve

Beam

Use the same location


Ilcdr08 report electron cloud session

Plan of measuring cloud density in the solenoid field and in the quadrupole field

(G. Dugan)

K. Kanazawa (KEK)

QUADRUPOLE

  • SOLENOID

  • Given a solenoid field and the position of detection, the energy of measured electrons is automatically selected (=the volume is automatically defined).

Electrons accelerated by a bunch along X-axis reach the detector.

X-axis


Key questions for experimental planning

Key questions for experimental planning

(G. Dugan)

  • Cloud build up

    -What experiments will best pin down the SEY model parameters, particularly the number of rediffused electrons? The photoelectron generation model parameters?

    • Fit of cloud saturation as measured by RFA to SEY peak and SEY yield at zero energy.

    • Fit RFA energy-differential current and/or tune shift as a function of beam current and time to disentangle photoelectron parameters from SEY yield parameters. Transverse shape of RFA current measurement can be sensitive to SEY model parameters.

    • RFA measurements in quadrupole can be important since they are at peak beta values.

    • Improved RFA time resolution is important.

    • TE wave transmission can measure growth and decay of average cloud density in a local area of the ring.


Key questions for experimental planning1

Key questions for experimental planning

(G. Dugan)

  • Effect on beam

    -How can we test that the effects of the “pinch” are being properly modeled?

    • Head-tail instability threshold.

    • Bunch length dependence of tune shift measurements

      -How can we best establish confidence in the instability predictions? The predictions for emittance growth?

    • Scaling-Threshold of head-tail instability-dependence on beam size? Dependence is stronger on sync tune, avg beta, chromaticity. Should be roughly independent of emittance.

    • Emittance growth-need transverse feedback, turn by turn beam size measurements. Difficult measurement. Codes that can be validated here: WARP, Ohmi’s PEHTS, HEADTAIL


Key questions for experimental planning2

Key questions for experimental planning

(G. Dugan)

  • Other bench measurements (e.g. SEY secondary spectrum) which could help establish code parameters?

    • Measure (using Auger spectrometer) secondary spectrum of initial (and irradiated?) chamber samples.

    • Measure <15 eV part of SEY curve-light sources? Try to think of other ways to do this.

    • XPS to measure photoelectron spectrum (or with synchrotron light beam line from CHESS?) and photon reflectivity vs. energy, angle…data may exist for the latter.


Key questions for experimental planning3

Key questions for experimental planning

(G. Dugan)

  • Mitigation Techniques

    -What additional experiments are needed to establish high confidence in the proposed mitigation techniques to be used in the ILC damping ring?

    • Repeat measurement of EC cloud suppression for TiN and NEG.

    • Investigate chamber exposure to gases such as SF6, N2, O2.

    • Try carbon coating proposed for SPS-durability under SR radiation

    • Long term lifetime of TiN-PEP II and KEK can provide data.

    • Clearing electrodes in wiggler and dipole, and grooves in dipole. Grooves for wiggler chamber should continue to be studied.

    • Investigate feasibility of measuring transverse wake from single grooved chamber (and electrodes) using local field probes.


Summary2

Summary

Cesr TA: A superb and ambitious e-cloud R&D program

Essential resources are in place

Hardware

Diagnostics and simulation tools

Operational expertise

Knowledge, flexibility and maturity of the machine

e+ / e–, almost arbitrary fill pattern,…

Knowledge of certain relevant e-cloud parameters

Dedicated beam time

Close collaboration with outside experts is highly desirable to make rapid and sustained progress

I have a suspicion that 2 years will not be enough to achieve all the desired goals

Nevertheless, I am quite confident of a large degree of success, both for Cesr TA in particular, and for the e-cloud field in general.

(M. Furman)


Comments from the cesrta pm

Comments from the CesrTA PM

  • Working Group Summaries

    • Electron Cloud

      • CesrTA offers a unique opportunity to benchmark simulation codes over a wide range of parameters and to study both EC growth and beam dynamics issues that are critical for damping ring performance

      • Very promising recent results on mitigation techniques

        • Much remains to be done to ensure a viable (and economical) solution for the damping rings

        • Mitigation techniques and ring design must be integrated into an overall design

      • Significant questions remain on surface physics issues

        • CesrTA offers a chance flexibly explore the “integrated effect”

        • Collaboration support for further surface science studies could be very beneficial

      • CesrTA program will aggressively pursue a broad range of experiments to characterize the EC parameters that are necessary to provide confidence in the damping ring design


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