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11 October 2005 CARE activities on superconducting RF cavities at INFN Milano
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The SC RF group at INFN Milano-LASA is involved both in the TESLA/TTF collaboration and in the research and design activity on superconducting cavities for proton accelerators. Among these activities, some are supported by the European community within the CARE project. In the framework of the JRASRF collaboration we are developing a coaxial blade tuner for ILC (International Linear Collider) cavities, integrated with piezoelectric actuators for the compensation of the Lorenz force detuning and microphonics perturbation. Another activity, regarding the improved component design on SC technology, based on the information retrieving about the status of art on ancillaries and experience of various laboratories involved in SCRF, has started in our laboratory. Finally, in the framework of the HIPPI collaboration, we are testing two low beta superconducting cavities, built for the Italian TRASCO project, to verify the possibility to use them for pulsed operation. All these activities will be described here, together with the main results and the future perspectives.
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A. Bosotti, P. Pierini, P. Michelato, C. Pagani, R. Paparella, N. Panzeri, L. Monaco, R. Paulon, and M. Novati "CARE activities on superconducting RF cavities at INFN Milano", Proc. SPIE 5948, Photonics Applications in Industry and Research IV, 59480V (11 October 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.622830
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