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Title Vacuum Systems for the ILC Damping Rings
Abstract Damping rings are important subsystems of the International Linear Collider (ILC). In this paper, we consider the vacuum specifications that and consider possible vacuum system design solutions for these rings. Our aim is to find the optimum approach to the vacuum system technology in order to achieve the required vacuum levels with reasonable conditioning time. It turns out that the optimum vacuum design uses a NEG coated tubular vacuum chamber. In this case, since almost all inner surface of vacuum chamber will be NEG coated, the gas density along the beam does not depend on the choice of material for a vacuum chamber. The choice of vacuum chamber material between stainless steel, aluminium and copper is then driven by beam impedance, thermal conductivity requirement and cost. 1
Organisation CCLRC , ASTeC , ASTeC-VS , CI
Keywords Physics
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Preprint CI Preprints Cockroft 06-84 2006. Submitted to: 10th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC06), Edinburgh, UK, 26-30th June 2006 Cockcroft-06-84.pdf 2006
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