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Application of a Mapping Function Technique to the Design of Damped Detuned Structures and to the Rapid Calculation of Their Wakefields


In order to reduce the dipole wake encountered by the first few bunches accelerated in a multi-bunch NLC scenario the DDS (damped detuned structure) was re-designed such that a much improved Gaussian fall-off occurs in the initial wake-function. From the 9 parameterised model fo DDSI we use a mapping function to allow DDS 3 & 4 to be modeled and hence avoid additional and prohibitivelly time consuming MAFIA runs. The equivalent circuit parameter and geometrical parameters are treated as functions of the synchronous frequency and are readily mapped onto the new synchronous frequencies. The new geometrical parameters form a family where each is associated with the iris diameter.

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