4-8 August 2015
America/Detroit timezone

Two-Beam-Acceleration Experiments at the Argonne Wakefield Accelerator Facility (AWA)

7 Aug 2015, 17:42
18m
Koessler (Michigan League)

Koessler

Michigan League

Speaker

Manoel Conde (Argonne National Laboratory)

Description

The Argonne Wakefield Accelerator Facility develops technology for future HEP accelerators. Its main focus is on the use of electron beam driven wakefield acceleration using RF structures. A high intensity electron linac is used to drive wakefields, and a second electron linac provides electron bunches to be accelerated by these wakefields. Recent two-beam-acceleration (TBA) experiments have demonstrated accelerating gradients higher than 50 MV/m, while preserving the beam quality of the accelerated bunches. Further experiments aim at surpassing 100 MV/m gradients and achieving net energy gains of more than 100 MeV. Demonstration of successive acceleration using two TBA stages will follow shortly.
Oral or Poster Presentation Oral

Primary author

Manoel Conde (Argonne National Laboratory)

Co-authors

Charles Whiteford (Argonne National Laboratory) Chunguang Jing (Euclid Techlabs) D. Scott Doran (Argonne National Laboratory) Dan Wang (Tsinghua University) Eric Wisniewski (Argonne National Laboratory) Gwanghui Ha (POSTECH) Jiahang Shao (Tsinghua University) Jiaqi Qiu (Euclid Techlabs) John G. Power (Argonne National Laboratory) Sergey Antipov (Euclid Techlabs) Wanming Liu (Argonne National Laboratory) Wei Gai (Argonne National Laboratory)

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