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On the Optimal Design of Elliptical Superconducting Cavities

Costanza, Gabriele LU (2014) 5th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC 2014) p.2565-2565
Abstract
In this paper a linear regression analysis is used to analyze the behavior of the inner cell of an elliptical cavity. The aim is to understand how the RF parameters are correlated to each other and how they are affected by the change of the geometric parameters. This is done by fitting the RF data to a linear model. The data is obtained by simulating a set of different inner cells automatically by the use of a script. The results are useful in several ways: first of all the analysis sheds light on the behavior of elliptical cavities, in particular on its limitations. The analysis is carried out in the framework of optimal design so it is useful for the cavity designer since it allows to choose the geometry at an early stage of the design.... (More)
In this paper a linear regression analysis is used to analyze the behavior of the inner cell of an elliptical cavity. The aim is to understand how the RF parameters are correlated to each other and how they are affected by the change of the geometric parameters. This is done by fitting the RF data to a linear model. The data is obtained by simulating a set of different inner cells automatically by the use of a script. The results are useful in several ways: first of all the analysis sheds light on the behavior of elliptical cavities, in particular on its limitations. The analysis is carried out in the framework of optimal design so it is useful for the cavity designer since it allows to choose the geometry at an early stage of the design. It is also possible to make predictions on the performance of the cavity which are in very good agreement with the simulations. Such predictions facilitate the design of the accelerator when choosing the type and number of cavities and when writing the specifications for the cavities to be used in the accelerator. (Less)
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  abstract     = {In this paper a linear regression analysis is used to analyze the behavior of the inner cell of an elliptical cavity. The aim is to understand how the RF parameters are correlated to each other and how they are affected by the change of the geometric parameters. This is done by fitting the RF data to a linear model. The data is obtained by simulating a set of different inner cells automatically by the use of a script. The results are useful in several ways: first of all the analysis sheds light on the behavior of elliptical cavities, in particular on its limitations. The analysis is carried out in the framework of optimal design so it is useful for the cavity designer since it allows to choose the geometry at an early stage of the design. It is also possible to make predictions on the performance of the cavity which are in very good agreement with the simulations. Such predictions facilitate the design of the accelerator when choosing the type and number of cavities and when writing the specifications for the cavities to be used in the accelerator.},
  author       = {Costanza, Gabriele},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {2565--2565},
  title        = {On the Optimal Design of Elliptical Superconducting Cavities},
  year         = {2014},
}