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The RF Accelerating Voltage Study of the New RF Cavity to Minimize the Discrepancy Between the Beam Dynamics and Settings at SLRI

TUOCA2
Dec 14, 2021, 3:20 PM
20m
Auditorium A

Auditorium A

Contributed Oral Presentation MC6.1 First Track in MC6 Track Group Beam Instrumentation, Controls, Feedback and Operational Aspects TUOCA MC6 Contributed Oral Presentations

Speaker

Nawin Juntong (Synchrotron Light Research Institute)

Description

The lifetime of the stored beam in storage ring is maintained by a sufficient RF acceleration from a cavity. The longitudinal dynamics of the stored beam is dominated by the RF accelerating voltage of the cavity. There is a discrepancy between the setting RF voltage and the beam dynamics measurement. This affects the beam dynamics studies to maintain a good quality beam to produce a good synchrotron light. The discrepancy should be kept at acceptable value. The activities to clarify this discrepancy such as the cavity voltage measurement with the synchrotron tune, and the calibrating of the RF cavity voltage are performed. Details and results of these activities will be presented.

Primary author

Nawin Juntong (Synchrotron Light Research Institute)

Co-authors

Amos Dexter (Cockcroft Institute) Robert Apsimon (Cockcroft Institute)

Presentation materials