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To compute the wake function, we consider …. Ring of charge that generates EM field around it [2]. r. Q. v. z. Dipole case : - charge modulated by cos   - dipole moment P = Qa. Fourier transform with respect to t [3]. r. a. z. Charge density. NB:. unless v = c.

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To compute the wake function, we consider …

Ring of charge that generates EM field around it [2]

r

Q

v

z

Dipole case:

- charge modulated by cos

- dipole moment P = Qa

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Fourier transform with respect to t [3]

r

a

z

Charge density

NB:

unless v = c

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The case of v = c in vacuum

Region outside the beam pipe

Solution

A, B, C unknown constants

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Physics of solution

When r  , expect solution  0

  • Should drop ln r, so A = 0

and drop constant term C

Questions

- should Ez be zero?

- only one unknown, B

- expect 2 for v < c (see [1])

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To solve Maxwell’s in cylindrical coordinates [2][4]

Each component of E or B

Define

Er

E

Ez

Bz

Br

B

Get

cos

cos

sin

sin

sin

cos

respectively, by inspection of Maxwell’s.

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Substituting into Maxwell’s, get

Vanish in vacuum

for v = c

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Need to construct solutions and match them at boundaries [1][2]

medium

vacuum

vacuum

Solutions for Ez

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References

[1] A. M. Al-Khateeb, et al, Transverse resistive wall impedances and shielding effectiveness for beam pipes of arbitrary

wall thickness, Phys. Rev. ST Accel. Beams 10, 064401 (2007)

http://prst-ab.aps.org/pdf/PRSTAB/v10/i6/e064401

[2] Alex Chao, Physics of Collective Beam Instabilities in High Energy Accelerators (1993), pp. 4-6, 40-41, 51-52.

www.slac.stanford.edu/~achao/wileybook.html

[3] R. Gluckstern, CERN Yellow Report 2000-011 (2000), pp. 1-8.

http://doc.cern.ch/yellowrep/2000/2000-011/p1.pdf

[4] B. Zotter, New Results on the Impedance of Resistive Metal Walls of Finite Thickness, CERN-AB-2005-043, pp. 1-4, 15-20.

http://doc.cern.ch/archive/electronic/cern/preprints/ab/ab-2005-043.pdf