C-AD Accelerator Physics Seminar
"Recent Advances in SRF Technology at Argonne"
Presented by Dr. Peter Ostroumov, ANL
Monday, July 1, 2013, 10 am
Bldg 911B, Large Conf. Rm, Rm. A202
Hosted by: Chuyu Liu
"Accelerator R&D Group in Physics Division is heavily involved in the development of SRF technology for various applications. Our primary focus is the development of low-frequency, <350 MHz, reduced-beta SC cavities for proton and ion accelerators. Recent developments include: a high performance cryomodule for ATLAS upgrade capable to provide 20 MV accelerating voltage with seven 72 MHz, beta=0.08 QWRs and four SC solenoids, a cryomodule with eight 162.5-MHz SC HWRs and eight SC solenoids for Project X at FNAL, conceptual design of a 200 kW proton & deuteron SC linac operating at 176 MHz for SNRC (Israel), a novel deflecting (crab) cavity based on a trapped mode in a waveguide and operating at 2.815 GHz for Argonne Photon Source (APS). In addition, we provide RF surface processing for ILC cavities and all cavities for Project X."