Experimental Verification of Several Theoretical Models for ChDR Description

Kacper Łasocha, Can Davut, Pavel Karataev, Thibaut Lefèvre, Stefano Mazzoni, Collette Pakuza, Andreas Schloegelhofer, Eugenio Senes, Zimmermann, Frank (Ed.), Tanaka, Hitoshi (Ed.), Sudmuang, Porntip (Ed.), Klysubun, Prapong (Ed.) (+4 others)
In recent years the potential of using Cherenkov Diffraction Radiation (ChDR) as a tool for non-invasive beam diagnostics has been thoroughly investigated. Although several theoretical models of ChDR have been developed, differences in their assumptions result in inconsistent predictions. The experimental verification is therefore needed in order to fully understand ranges of validity of available models. In this contribution we present a detailed theoretical study of the radiation yield as a
more » ... nction of the beam-radiator distance. Following identification of beam parameters and frequency range for which differences between the model predictions are most prominent, we compare theoretical estimates with the results of a dedicated experiment.
doi:10.18429/jacow-ipac2022-thoygd1 fatcat:2lmojol7yrfhbfnlmcqkmxuqp4