Chapter 3. Component Design, R&D Strategy & Results, Construction Status

3.1 Linac
3.1.1 Ion Source

3.1.2. Accelerating Structure and Beam Transport LEBT RFQ MEBT1 Buncher Chopper Scraper Beam monitors Magnets for the MEBT1 Alignment Beam test DTL, SDTL Rf and mechanical features of the DTL and SDTL tanks RF contactor Vacuum and rf properties of the test tank Quadrupole magnet for the DTL The specification of all the Q-magnets Quadrupole doublets for the SDTL Pulsed-current power supply Breakdown test of the copper electrode Input-coupler for the DTL and SDTL High-power test of a model tank and SDTL Assembling of DTs for the first tank of the DTL Field stability in the DTL tank during operation ACS Cavity Fabrication Cavity Design Superconducting Linac General Lorentz Detuning and RF Control for Pulsed Operation Cavity Design Input Coupler Cavity Fabrication Cryomodule Cryogenics BT to RCS
3.1 2.8 Alignment
3.1 3 RF Power Source Overview 324-MHz Klystron 972-MHz Klystron Klystron Power Supply Waveguides Waveguide layout Components of the waveguide system RF Drive and Control System RF Reference Distribution System Digital Rf feedback system Test of feedback system Chopper Driving System
3.1.4 Vacuum System Ion Source and LEBT, RFQ, MEBT DTL, SDTL, Periodic-Reverse Electrolytic Copper Plating ACS
3.1.5 Beam Instrumentation Beam Instrumentation Layout around the LINAC Beam Position Monitor(BPM) Beam Current Monitor Beam Phase Monitor Beam Profile Monitor Beam Loss Monitor The monitors under designing Conclusion
3.2 RCS
3.2.1 Magnets and Power Supplies Design of RCS Magnets Resonant Network System Eddy Current Effect
3.2.2 Injection, Beam Collimation, Extraction Research and Development of Long-Lived Thick Carbon Stripper Foils Kickers Design Concept Magnet Power Supply Transverse Emittance Increment Possibility of Up-grade Septum Magnets Bump Magnets Introduction Closed orbit bump magnets Painting bump magnets Septum magnets Collimator Hardware Design Radiation Shield Design of Collimator 3GeV RCS Beam Collimator Design H0 Beam Dump System Overview Heating Design
3.2.3 Vacuum System Vacuum chamber Alumina ceramic duct RF shield and TiN coating Vacuum pumps and components
3.2.4 Beam Instrumentation Introduction Current Monitor Intensity Monitor Bunch Monitor Beam Loss Monitor Ionization type Color scintillator type Beam Position Monitor Pickup Electrode Signal Processing Heterodyne Processing Log-Amp method Digital Processing Beam Profile Monitor Distractive Beam Profile Monitor Non-distractive Beam Profile Monitor Tune Monitor
3.2.5 Beam Transport Components to Neutron and Muon Production Targets Magnets Beam Monitors Vacuum Components Beam Collimators Beam Dump Beam Line inside the Material and Life Science Facility
3.2.6 Beam Transport Components to 50-GeV Synchrotron General Magnets and Power Supply Vacuum System Monitor System Beam Scraper
3.3 50GeV MR
3.3.1 Magnets and Power Supplies Magnets Power Supplies
3.3.2 Injection, Extraction, Beam Collimation, Beam Abort, Beam Dump Kicker Septum Types of Septum Magnet Slow Extraction Septum Magnet Fast extraction septum magnet Electrostatic Septum Beam halo scraper Beam Abort and Dump
3.3.3 Vacuum System Standard vacuum chamber Vacuum chamber in dipole and quadrupole magnets Bellows Surface treatment of vacuum chambers
3.3.4 Beam Instrumentation Introduction Current Monitor Beam Loss Monitor Beam Position Monitor (BPM) Beam Profile Monitor Summary
3.4 RF Acceleration System
3.4.1 Synchrotron Cavities Magnetic Alloy Cut Core Cooling The MR Cavity The RCS Cavity
3.4.2 RF Power Amplifier

3.4.3 Anode Power Supply Radio-frequency Signal Generator
3.4.4 Radio-frequency Signal Generator

3.4.5 Beam Control Orbit Control Phase Control RF Feed-forward System
3.5 Synchronization