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Advanced Accelerator R&D at the A0 Photoinjector

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Raymond P Fliller
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Raymond P Fliller
Document Created:
06 Feb 2008, 08:16
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06 Feb 2008, 08:16
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Abstract:
The A0 Photoinjector is a 16MeV electron linac used for Accelerator R&D. It consists of a 1.3 GHz copper RF gun and a TESLA type RF cavity. Through its history, multiple beam physics experiments have taken place. Most recently a transverse to longitudinal emittance exchange beamline has been installed. This beamline uses a copper 3.9 GHz deflecting mode or crab cavity between two doglegs to affect the exchange. Data taking for this experiment is underway. Various mechanisms may dilute this exchange or effect the measurement. In this talk we will discuss the theory and inital data taking for the emittance
exchange, and the physics that can dilute it, such as Coherent Synchrotron Radiation.
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