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TUOA03 Zero-Length Conflat Fin-Type Nonevaporable Getter Pump Coated with Oxygen-Free Palladium/Titanium vacuum, site, power-supply, electron 107
  • Y. Sato
    Yokohama National University, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Yokohama, Japan
  • A.H. Hashimoto, M. Yamanaka
    NIMS, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
  • T. Kikuchi, K. Mase
    KEK, Tsukuba, Japan
  • T. Miyazawa
    Sokendai, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Tsukuba, Japan
  • S. Ohno
    Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan
  Funding: This work was partly supported by a JSPS KAKENHI (JP19K05280), a TIA-Kakehashi (TK19-035), and the 2019 Takahashi Industrial Economic Research Foundation grant, and was supported by NIMS TEM Station.
We have developed a zero-length conflat fin-type nonevaporable getter (NEG) pump that uses oxygen-free palladium/titanium (Pd/Ti)*. After baking at 150 degrees centigrade for 12 h, the pumping speeds of the NEG pump for H2 and CO were 2350~800 L/s and 1560~20 L/s, respectively, in the pumped-quantity range 0.01~30 Pa L. The morphologies of oxygen-free Pd/Ti films on the partition plates and the base plate were examined by scanning electron microscopy, scanning transmission electron microscopy, and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy. The Ti was completely coated with Pd on the bottom, whereas the partition plates were covered by Pd/Ti nanostructures. Our new NEG pump is ideal for maintaining ultrahigh vacuums in the range 10-8 to 10-9 Pa, because (a) its pumping speeds for H2 and CO are quite large, (b) it can evacuate H2O and CO2 when an ionization gauge is used in the vacuum system, (3) it can be activated by baking at 150 degrees centigrade for 12 h, (c) its pumping speed does not decrease even after 9 cycles of pumping, baking, cooling to room temperature, and exposure to air**, (5) it requires neither a dedicated power supply nor electric feedthroughs, and (6) it is space saving and lightweight.
*T. Miyazawa et al., J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 36, 051601 (2018).
**T. Kikuchi et al., AIP Conf. Proc. 2054, 060046 (2019).
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TUPA13 Research of Bellow Shield Structure Applied to BPM impedance, vacuum, shielding, simulation 145
  • X.J. Nie, L. Kang, R.H. Liu, S.K. Tian
    IHEP, Beijing, People’s Republic of China
  • J.X. Chen, H.Y. He, L. Liu, C.J. Ning, A.X. Wang, G.Y. Wang, J.B. Yu, Y.J. Yu, J.S. Zhang, D.H. Zhu
    IHEP CSNS, Guangdong Province, People’s Republic of China
  The design of shield structure for bellow is an im-portant content for the research of beam position monitor (BPM). The bellow shield structure consists of contact fingers and spring fingers. Several alternative schemes for bellow shield were achieved based on BPM detailed structure. The optimal scheme was achieved by the im-pedance simulation analysis with CST. The dimension of the contact finger was decided based on the length of BPM with the stress condition. The C-type string was manufactured and the spring force was measured as well.  
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TUPC01 Study of Copper Microstructure Produced by Electroforming for the 180-GHz Frequency Corrugated Waveguide GUI, electron, wakefield, site 178
  • K.J. Suthar, G. Navrotski, A. Zholents
    ANL, Lemont, Illinois, USA
  • P.R. Carriere
    RadiaBeam, Santa Monica, California, USA
  Funding: Work supported by Laboratory Directed Research and Development funding from Argonne National Laboratory, provided by the Director, Office of Science, of the US DOE under contract DE-AC02-06CH11357.
Fabrication of the corrugated structure that generates a field gradient 100 m-1 at 180 GHz is challenging and required an unconventional method of production. The corrugated waveguide with 2 mm inner diameter will be produced by electroplating copper on the aluminum mandrel as proposed in the reference*. A thin seed layer is usually applied to achieve uniform wetting to plate copper on the aluminum mandrel. The copper waveguide is retrieved by removing aluminum and the seed layer. Therefore, uniform copper plating and etching of the seed layer and the Aluminum mandrel is a crucial step to keep the surface free of impurities that are especially necessary for the RF application. Previous studies suggest that electroplated copper has variations in both electrical and mechanical properties compared with those of bulk copper from the batches of production. In this paper, we discuss the copper microstructure produced by the electroforming method and literature study on the variations, which can be attributed to the disparity of the crystallinity of grains structure in plated material.
*A. Zholentset al., "A Conceptual Design of a Compact Wakefield Accelerator for a High Repetition Rate Multi-User X-ray Free-Electron Laser Facility, "in Proc. IPAC 18, 2018, pp. 1266-1268.
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THOB01 Thermal Contact Conductance in a Typical Silicon Crystal Assembly Found in Particle Accelerators interface, simulation, controls, experiment 353
  • P. Sanchez Navarro
    DLS, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
  Every mirror at Diamond Light Source (the UK’s Particle Accelerator) has been installed with the premise of clamping the cooling copper manifolds as lightly as possible to minimize distortion. The problem with this approach is that the Thermal Contact Conductance (TCC) depends on the applied pressure among other factors*. The assembly is usually a symmetric stack of Copper - Indium Foil - Silicon Crystal - Indium Foil - Copper. Variables that interest the most are those that are easily adjustable in the set-up assembly (number of clamps, pressure applied and cooling water flow rate) PT100 temperature sensors have been used along the surface of the crystal and along the surface of the copper manifolds. Custom PCB units have been created for this project to act as a mean of collecting data and Matlab has been used to plot the temperature measurements vs. time. Another challenge is the creation of an accurate model in Ansys that matches reality up to a good compromise where the data that is being recorded from the sensors matches Ansys results within reason.
*Gilmore DG. Spacecraft thermal control handbook. Volume I, Volume I, [Internet]. 2002. Available from:
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