Radial dynamics of electrons in two-section linear accelerator

Aleksandr Nikolaevich Filatov, Vladimir Kuz'mich Shilov


This article discusses possibility of harness wiring with the use of focusing system of high frequency eigenfields of accelerating resonators in standing wave linear accelerators on the basis of biperiodic slowing systems. The scopes of business activities and specificity of existing engineering processes applied in industry, especially in chemistry and metallurgy, require for special measures on environmental protection. At present electron linear accelerators operating in pulse mode are used for application purposes. Such accelerators can be characterized by sufficient beam power for efficient industrial use and for environmental protection. The results of numerical analysis of electron dynamics in two-section accelerator upon various initial conditions are presented. The obtained results are applied for development of actual accelerator, calculated and experimental data are given. The performed experimental study confirmed possibility of development of standing wave linear accelerator without external magnetic focusing system with output beam diameter of not higher than . The results of calculations of beam dynamics are experimentally verified.


electron linear accelerator; biperiodic slowing structure; cell electromagnetic field; buncher; accelerating section; accelerator aperture; radial and phase paths

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v9i1.pp215-220

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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