Three-stub quarter wave superconducting resonator design
This paper describes a concept for superconducting resonators for the acceleration of ions in the velocity range β=v/c=0.015–0.04. Such a resonator operates in λ/4 mode with three loading elements and so can be thought of as a triple quarter wave resonator (3-QWR) providing 4 accelerating gaps. The use of a column to support the three stubs provides a benefit beyond those of the two-stub design (2-QWR). In the 3-QWR, the rf mirror currents in the walls surrounding the stubs need only travel...[Show more]
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|Source:||Physical review Special Topics: Accelerators and Beams|
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