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A new SRF booster cryomodule was designed and built to boost a 200 keV beam up to 533 keV (2 cell) and then to MeV energies (7 cell).
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A new SRF booster cryomodule was designed and built to accelerate 200 keV beam to 533 keV (2 cell) and then to MeV energies (7 cell).
  
 
==Booster Design Documents==
 
==Booster Design Documents==
* Haipeng's summaries of booster \can be found at: https://wiki.jlab.org/ciswiki/index.php/Beamline_element_details
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* Haipeng's summaries of booster can be found at: https://wiki.jlab.org/ciswiki/index.php/Beamline_element_details
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* Haipeng's IPAC2013 document on booster [[media:Haipeng_booster_IPAC2013.pdf]]
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* Haipeng's IPAC2015 document on booster [[media:Haipeng_booster_IPAC2015.pdf]]
 
* Reza's booster requirements document [[media:Reza's booster requirements.docx]]
 
* Reza's booster requirements document [[media:Reza's booster requirements.docx]]
  
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* drawing from Jim Henry [[media:CRM1107001-0001_-_PDF_1.pdf]]
 
* drawing from Jim Henry [[media:CRM1107001-0001_-_PDF_1.pdf]]
 
* drawing from Jim Henry, the internal dimensions of booster [[media:CRM1107014-0002.pdf]]
 
* drawing from Jim Henry, the internal dimensions of booster [[media:CRM1107014-0002.pdf]]
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==Measurement results - booster, aka QCM==
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* Yan's summary of his booster studies [[media:Yan's summary of booster studies to date.pptx]]
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* Max's thoughts on booster GSet calibrations, with focus on nonlinear behavior of 2-cell GSet can be found at: https://wiki.jlab.org/ciswiki/index.php/Max%27s_thoughts_on_QCM_GSet_calibration

Latest revision as of 14:52, 12 April 2021

A new SRF booster cryomodule was designed and built to accelerate 200 keV beam to 533 keV (2 cell) and then to MeV energies (7 cell).

Booster Design Documents

SRF Drawings

Measurement results - booster, aka QCM