|WEPOY018||Study on Electron Beam Transverse Emittance at the Linac-based THz Laboratory in Thailand||3017|
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This research focuses on simulation of transverse emittance of electron beams, which are produced from a thermionic RF-gun at the Plasma and Beam Physics (PBP) Research Facility, Chiang Mai University (CMU). The RF-gun is used to together with an alpha magnet for serving as the electron injector system for the PBP linac-based THz source. The quadrupole scan technique is utilized to measure the transverse beam emittance at the entrance of the alpha magnet. The experimental setup consists of quadrupole magnets with a maximum gradient of 7.01 T/m, a drift tube, and a movable fluorescent screen station. Beam dynamic simulations by using the computer codes PARMELA and ELEGANTare performed to track electrons from the cathode to the experimental station. In this contribution, the emittance values from simulations including the space charge effects will be reported.
This work has been supported by the CMU Junior Research Fellowship Program, Department of Physics and Material Science, Faculty of science, Chiang Mai University.
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