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Feasibility studies of a compact mm-wave linac FEL

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Feasibility studies of a compact mm-wave linac FEL

Auteurs : A. Nassiri [États-Unis] ; R. L Kustom [États-Unis] ; Y. W Kang [États-Unis] ; J. Song [États-Unis]

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Microfabrication technology offers an alternative method for fabricating precision, miniature-size components suitable for use in accelerator physics and commercial applications. The orginal R&D work at Argonne, in collaboration with the University of Illinois at Chicago and University of Wisconsin-Madison, has produced encouraging results in the area of rf accelerating structure design, optical and X-ray masks production, deep X-ray lithography (LIGA exposures), and precision structural alignments. In this paper we present feasibility studies for a compact single pass mm-linac FEL to produce short wavelength radiation. This system will consist of a photocathode rf gun operated at 30 GHz, a 50-MeV superconducting constant gradient structure operated at 60 GHz, and a microundulator with 1-mm period.


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