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SLAC-PUB-7985
Tune Shift Due to Asymmetric of the Resistive Beam Pipe

Abstract

Resistive wall wakefield in non-round beam pipes depends on the offset of trailing particle. Contributions of all bunches to this part of the wake are additive and give current dependent tune shift which may be a dominant for long trains.

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