RHIC Superconducting Accelerator and Electron Cooling Group

LHC Crab Cavity

Crab cavities have potential applications in various areas, from increasing the luminosity of colliders to the generation of short X-ray pulses in light sources. The idea of using a crab cavity in colliders is due to BNL's Robert Palmer.

The C-AD SRF and electron cooling group is involved in the development of crab cavities for the LHC. More detail are at

For the summary of the LHC-CC08 workshop on crab cavities, see:

C-A/AP/308

5/08

Summary of the Mini BNL/LARP/CARE-HHH workshop on Crab Cavities for the LHC  [PDF]

I. Ben-Zvi, R. Calaga, F. Zimmermann

 

 

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