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Hwang, W. H.

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WEPMN060 Fabrication of ICHIRO Nine-cell Cavities in PAL for STF of KEK 2173
  • I. S. Park, J. Choi, C. W. Chung, M.-S. Hong, W. H. Hwang, D. T. Kim, Y. C. Kim, I. S. Ko, H. C. Kwon, Y. U. Sohn
    PAL, Pohang, Kyungbuk
  • S. W. Kim, S. H. Kim, S. K. Song
    RIST, Pohang
  Funding: Korea Ministry of Science & Technology

Pohang Accelerator Laboratory has studied SRF cavity and set up SRF test laboratory from January 2006. The first activity for SRF research was to develop SRF 3rd harmonic cavity for Pohang Light Source, which was designed, fabricated and tested in 2006. The cryostat are under design. The fabrication of ICHIRO cavity, which is ILC ACD cavity, is PAL's second activity related to SRF. Deep drawing, trimming and welding by electron beam for a 9-cell ICHIRO cavity were done in PAL. The polishing processes for the RF surface including electropolishing were done in KEK under the collaboration between two institutes. This will be tested with real beam in STF-1 of KEK in second half period of 2007. This paper reports the results of fabrication of ICHIRO single- and nine-cell cavities performed in PAL.

WEPMN061 Design of Cooling System for Resonance Control of the PEFP DTL 2176
  • K. R. Kim, W. H. Hwang, H. S. Kim, H.-G. Kim, S. J. Kwon, J. Park, J. C. Yoon
    PAL, Pohang, Kyungbuk
  • Y.-S. Cho, H.-J. Kwon
    KAERI, Daejon
  Funding: Supported by the 21st PEFP (KAERI) and MOST in Korea

The temperature-controlled cooling water system was designed to obtain the resonance frequency stabilization of the normal conducting drift tube linac (DTL) for the PEFP 100 MeV proton accelerator. The primary sizing of individual closed-loop low conductivity cooling water pumping skids for each DTL system was conducted with a simulation of thermo-hydraulic network model. The temperature control schemes incorporating the process dynamic model of heat exchangers were examined to regulate the input water temperatures into the DTL during the steady state operation. The closed water circuits to achieve system performance and stability for low and full duty operation modes were discussed, and numerical results were also presented.