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LOW ENERGY BEAM MEASUREMENTS USING PHIL ACCELERATOR AT LAL, COMPARISON WITH PARMELA SIMULATIONS (PAC 2011)

par BROSSARD Julien - 30 mars 2011

J. Brossard & al., article published in PAC’2011 Conference.


LOW ENERGY BEAM MEASUREMENTS USING PHIL ACCELERATOR AT LAL, COMPARISON WITH PARMELA SIMULATIONS

J. Brossard, C. Bruni, F. Blot, S. Cavalier, J-N Cayla, A. Gonnin, M. Joré, P. Lepercq, S. Letourneur, B. Mercier, H. Monard, C. Prevost, R. Roux, A. Variola,

LAL, bâtiment 200, Université Paris-Sud, 91898 Orsay, France.


Abstract PHIL (“PHoto-Injector at LAL") is a new electron beam accelerator at LAL [1,2]. This accelerator is dedicated to test and characterize electron RF-guns and to deliver electron beam to users. This machine has been designed to produce and characterise low energy (E<10 MeV), small emittance (e<10 p.mm.mrad), high brilliance electrons bunch at low repetition frequency (n<10Hz). The first beam has been obtained on the 4th of November 2009. The current RF-gun tested on PHIL is the AlphaX gun, a 2.5 cell S-band cavity designed by LAL for the plasma accelerator studies performed at the Strathclyde university. This paper will present the first AlphaX RF-gun characterizations performed at LAL on PHIL accelerator, and will show comparisons between measurements and PARMELA simulations.

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