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Towards Megawatt beam power accelerators

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Paul Derwent
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22 May 2017, 09:03
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Accelerator physics is a field of applied science covers the designing, building and operating various types of accelerators. Accelerators are widely used in different research areas including: nuclear physics, high energy physics, material science, and medical and industrial application systems. Superconducting Radiofrequency (SRF) technology enables us to construct high-current accelerators with high-gradient and high-quality factor RF systems. SRF requires expertise in high-power electrical engineering, mechanical structure engineering, and materials science innovation. This seminar will present selected topics in beam dynamic, target studies, high power RF systems, including normal conducting and superconducting RF accelerator R&D from my past and on-going activities. I will introduce my research topics including Energy Recovery Linac design at BNL, high power RF compression system at SLAC, SRF surface treatment optimization at Jlab and efficient target design at Fermi lab. In addition, methodologies and skills in novel materials processing procedure for extreme high power RF operation, advanced supercomputing simulations and experimental tests of accelerator structures, RF components and high power targets will also be discussed.
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Seminar from Chen Xu, BNL, May 18 2017
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