University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Department of Mechanical Engineering.
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This final report provides the activities and accomplishments of Modeling, Fabrication, and Optimization of Niobium Cavities – Final Phase. The fluid flow experiments for the etching of the superconducting cavity walls and baffle designs of phase II of the three phases has been completed leading to a MS thesis in December of 2003. Designing the experimental setup of secondary electron emission was well underway in early summer of 2003 when funding was made available for this portion of the study. By March 2004, many of the components of the experimental study reached UNLV with some assembly accomplished. The first secondary electron emission (SEE) measurement was made from the surface of a Faraday cup in September 2004. In December of 2005, the software for the particle positioning detector was finally up and running. The integrity of the code and detector were fine-tuned and initial experiments were completed by April 2005. Experiments on the surface cleaned samples were completed in May of 2005 culminating in a thesis at the end of June 2005.
Elliptical cells; Holes; Linear accelerators; Niobium cavities; Niobium – Surfaces; Radio frequency; Resonant radio frequency; Surface preparation; Surfaces (Technology); Superconducting radio frequency; Superconductivity
Linear accelerators; Radio frequency; Superconductivity
Electrical and Computer Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Metallurgy | Nuclear Engineering
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Schill, R. A.,
Modeling, Fabrication, and Optimization of Niobium Cavities Final Phase: Final Report.
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