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Title Scattering matrix simulations of fields and dispersion relations in superconducting cavities for XFEL and ILC
Abstract The globalised cascaded scattering matrix technique is a well proven, practical method that can be used to simulate large accelerating RF structures in which realistic fabrication errors to be incorporated in an efficient manner without the necessity to re-mesh the entire geometry. The globalised scattering matrix (GMS) technique allows one to obtain the scattering matrix for a structure. The method allows rapid e.m. field calculations to be obtained. Results are presented on monopole mode fields and dispersion relations calculated from direct and analytical methods. Analytical approximate results are also presented for the equivalent shunt susceptance of an iris loaded structure.
Organisation CI , STFC
Keywords Mode matching , Physics , SRF , XFEL , GSM , ILC
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 24th Linear Accelerator Conference (LINAC08), Victoria, Canada, 29 Sep 2008 - 3 Oct 2008, (2008). mop090.pdf 2008
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