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C-Band Linac Development

2004.Feb.19 LCPAC. C-Band Linac Development. Satoshi Ohsawa. Upgrade Requirements. (1) KEKB SuperKEKB Beam Energy (e – ) 8.0 GeV -----> 3.5 GeV (e + ) 3.5 GeV -----> 8.0 GeV !! -> C-band accelerator modules (2) KEKB SuperKEKB

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C-Band Linac Development

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  1. 2004.Feb.19 LCPAC C-Band Linac Development Satoshi Ohsawa

  2. Upgrade Requirements (1) KEKBSuperKEKB Beam Energy (e–) 8.0 GeV -----> 3.5 GeV (e+) 3.5 GeV -----> 8.0 GeV !! -> C-band accelerator modules (2) KEKB SuperKEKB Stored current (e–) 1.1 A -----> 9.4 A !! (e+) 1.5 A --> 2.6 A ---> 4.1 A ! -> e–: increase beam charge -> e+: flux concentrator (e+ capture effic.) (3) Smaller e+ emittance to fit for IR & C-band module apertures -> e+ damping ring (4) Faster e+/e– mode-switching for Continunous e+/e– Injection -> separated e+/e– beam lines -> non-destructive beam monitoring

  3. Upgrade Scheme • e+ energy is boosted by the C-band (5712MHz) accelerator modules. • 8.0 GeV ~ 21 MV/m (S-band modules) x 46 m + 42 MV/m (C-band modules) x 185 m

  4. Linac Accelerator module (From S-band To C-band) Present S-band accelerator module New C-band accelerator module Wave guide Wave guide Wave guide S-band SLED C-band compressor C-band compressor 40 MW 2 ms 41 MW 4 ms 40 MW 2 ms C-band Kly- stron C-band Kly- stron Pulse Modul- ator Pulse Modul- ator S-band Kly- stron Pulse Modulator S-band accelerating sections C-band accelerating sections Accel. field gradient = 21 MV/m Accel. field gradient = 42 MV/m

  5. Wave guide 40 MW 2 ms C-band Kly- stron Pulse Modul- ator 1m C-band acceleratingsection Accel. field gradient = 42 MV/m C-Band Accelerator module First acceleration test Target field gradient = 42 MV/m for e+ 8 GeV injection

  6. R & D strategy of accel. section • An accelerating section whose dimension is1/2-scale of that of the present S-band sectionis adopted as a first prototype in order to take the shortest path to the high power test of all the components in the C-band accelerator module. • No special cure considered against multi-bunch wake field effects (like damped structure or choke mode cavity) because • the number of bunch is at most 2 • e+ bunch intensity is low (1.2 nC) • bunch interval is long (96 ns)

  7. C-band accel. section (First prototype) 54 regular cells 1m-long iris diameter 2a: 12.44 ~ 10.41 mm group velocity vg: 1.9 ~ 1.0 % shunt impedance r0: 74.8 ~ 85.3 MW/m field gradient Eacc: 41.2 ~ 39.0 MV/m (assuming 40 MW klystron power) Filling Time tF = 234 nsec Attn. Constant t = 0.434

  8. C-band Test Stand for High power test & RF processing of the components Modulator RF Window Accelerating section SubBooster Klystron High-power Klystron

  9. Test Stand (inside) Dummy Load Accelerating section Analyzer Magnet Faraday Cup

  10. RF processing History 7/17 Start 9/5 Finish! RF power 43.7 MW Achieved!

  11. C-band accel. section installed in KEKB linac (2003 September) S-band section C-band section

  12. High power C-band (5712MHz) rf system (A) Compact pulse modulator for klystron (350kV, 310A, 2msec. (flat top), 50Hz).    (B) 50MW high-power klystron (Toshiba E3748) assembly.     (C) Waveguide to the C-band accelerator section.

  13. Beam acceleration study Energy gain measured by changing acceleration phase with 43.8 MW x 0.5 ms RF pulse

  14. C-band R & D items • Klystron -> Toshiba E3746, High Power Test OK • Modulator -> compact (1/3 size), OK except inverter P.S. trouble • Low power RF -> sub-booster OK, solid-state amp.? • RF pulse compressor -> HPT in July 2004 • Accelerating section -> 1st prototype 41 MV/m, breakdown at input coupler2nd prototype HPT in July 2004 • Other RF components • RF window HPT OK • Dummy load HPT OK • 3-dB hybrid power divider HPT OK • Wave guide flange HPT OK • RF gate valve under consideration

  15. ToshibaE3746 klystron assembly • Toshiba E3746 klystron (50MW) is adopted. • Conventional 1:15 pulse-transformer (used at klystron gallery) is reused. Requirements for rf source

  16. Compactmodulator • By using invertor P.S., the modulator size can be 1/3 (4.7 m->1.8 m). • Present PFN and Thyratron are reused at new modulator. Inverter P.S. Compact modulator Present modulator Thyratron 4.7m 1.8m

  17. RF pulse compressor • CERN-LIPS type of pulse compressor (TE038-mode cavity) • Q0 = 142,000 (measured) • Coupling beta = 6 ~ 7 • Power multiplication ~ 3.4 • Study with low power model is under way to fix coupling hole dimension. • High power test in July 2004 Low power model

  18. Mix-moderf window • Mix-mode (TE11+TM11) window with traveling wave in ceramic. • The electric field at the periphery is half of the S-band window.

  19. Dummy load Newly designed 2kW Matsumoto-type dummy load • 26 SiC cylinders • SiC diameter 12 mm High power test OK up to 2 kW ! Heat distribution

  20. Summary • C-band R & D is in progress. High power test of the prototype C-band accelerator module has been performed since October 2003. Most of the components are working well.(Remaining issues) Breakdown at input coupler 2nd prototype HPT in July 2004 Inverter P.S. troubles RF pulse compressor HPT in July 2004

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