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EM SIMULATIONS IN BEAM COUPLING IMPEDANCE STUDIES: SOME EXAMPLES OF APPLICATION

In the frame of the SPS upgrade an accurate impedance model is needed in order to predict the instability threshold and if necessary to start a campaign of impedance reduction. Analytical models, 3-D simulations and bench measurements are used to estimate the impedance contribution of the different devices along the machine. Special attention is devoted to the estimation of the impedance contribution of the kicker magnets that are suspected to be the most important impedance source in SPS. In particular a numerical study is carried out to analyze the effect of the serigraphy in the SPS extraction kicker. An important part of the devices simulations are the ferrite model. For this reason a numerical based method to measure the electromagnetic properties of the material has been developed to measure the ferrite properties. A simulation technique, in order to account for external cable is developed. The simulation results were benchmarked with analytical models and observations with beam. A numerical study was also performed to investigate the limits of the wire method for beam coupling impedance measurements.

    Keywords: CERN, Impedance, simulations

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    Invited Paper

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    • EPFL-CONF-182173

    Record created on 2012-11-06, modified on 2016-08-09

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