M.E. Hill, X.L. Lin (SLAC)
Future high energy collider concepts will require high-gradient acceleration nearing the GeV/m scale. We present one promising approach to this problem that combines a high-frequency dielectric composite accelerator with the two beam accelerator. The accelerator structure operates at 91.392 GHz (W-Band). We present a possible design of a monolithic, two-beam dielectric structure. We also discuss beam brake up issues in high-frequency, high-gradient accelerators.
*Work supported by Department of Energy contract DE--AC03--76SF00515
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