Dipl.-Phys. Franziska Reimann
Raum Ex 136
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The overall aim of the BMBF-funded project „WAKOMP“ is the development of concepts to manipulate the longitudinal phase-space distribution of electron beams, specifically their energy widths.
To achieve this, passive wakefield dechirping methods are studied, which rely solely on the use of a simple waveguide structure, the so-called “dechirper”. Possible dechirping structures encompass cylindrical and rectangular waveguides of comparatively small dimensions, where the generation of a wakefield is assisted by either a corrugated surface or the insertion of dielectric coatings or slabs.
For ELBE, it was decided to use a dielectrically coated rectangular waveguide. This type of structures, due to its geometric simplicity, provides several advantages: On the one hand, the structure can be built in a way that allows for a tuning of the desired dechirping by adjusting the gap width between the dielectric slabs, which can be fitted in a movable way. On the other hand, the obvious similarities to the standard textbook problem of a rectangular waveguide, the dechirper can be considered in an analytical way that allows for a calculation of a Green’s function wakefield. The Green’s function wakefield, in turn, provides the most fundamental component to understand the effect of the dechirper on a variety of possible electron beams.
- Semi-analytical mode analysis of the dielectrically lined rectangular waveguide
- Analytic calculation of the electric and magnetic field of a single point charge inside the dielectrically lined rectangular waveguide using an eigenmode expansion
- Deriving the longitudinal point-charge wakefield from the calculated electric field
- Convolution of the Green’s function with arbitrary shapes of electron bunches and determination of the subsequent change in the phase-space distribution
Numerical simulation and analytic description of electromagnetic fields
- Wakefields and passive wakefield dechirping; especially in rectangular waveguides with dielectric slabs
- Phase space analyses of electron beams exposed to wakefields
- Seminar: Advanced Computational Electromagnetics and Multiphysics (SS 2015)
- Exercise: Numerical Simulation of Electromagnetic Fields/ Computational Electromagnetism (WS 2015/2016)
F. Reimann, U. van Rienen, U. Lehnert, P. Michel, Wakefield-based Dechirper Structures for ELBE, Proceedings of the International Particle Accelerator Conference 2014, Dresden, Germany (2014http://www.iae.uni-rostock.de/typo3/#_msocom_1).
F. Reimann; U. van Rienen, P. Michel, U. Lehnert: A dielectrically lined rectangular waveguide as a wakefield dechirper for ELBE. 2015 Intl. Conf. on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA 2015), 7-11 Sept. 2015, Torino, Italy.