Initial EEX-based Bunch Shaping Experiment Results at the Argonne Wakefield Accelerator Facility

Gwanghui Ha, Moo-Hyun Cho, Manoel Conde, Darrell Doran, Wei Gai, Chunguang Jing, Kwang-Je Kim, Wanming Liu, Won Namkung, Philippe Piot, John Power, Yin-E Sun (+7 others)
2015
A program is under development at Argonne National Laboratory to use an emittance exchange (EEX) beamline to perform longitudinal bunch shaping (LBS). The double dog-leg EEX beamline was recently installed at the Argonne Wakefield Accelerator (AWA) and the goals of the proof-of-principle experiment are to demonstrate LBS and characterize its deformations from the ideal shape due to higher-order and collective effects. The LBS beamline at the AWA consists of insert-able transverse masks mounted
more » ... erse masks mounted on an actuator and four quadrupoles (to manipulate the transverse phase space) before the EEX beamline, which consists of two identical dog-legs and a deflecting cavity. The mask and input beam parameters are varied during the experiment to explore the shaping capability and clarify the deformation sources and their mitigation. Progress on the commissioning of the LBS beamline, initial experimental data and benchmarks to GPT simulations will be presented.
doi:10.18429/jacow-ipac2015-wepwa035 fatcat:zumcmrf2rjaldnxvvljf2vkhnu