Construction of a high-power rf window
K. C. Crebbin, D. F. Mosier, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley. Lawrence Radiation Laboratory
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, 1959 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
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200 megacycles centered 2850 megacycles accelerator waveguide amyl acetate apertures brazed in stainless California September 1959 cast centered around 2850 ceramic disk choke short clamp joint copper-ceramic joint Crebbin and D. F. D. F. Mosier Lawrence dendritic crystal eutectic fabricate flanges four linacs fracturing the ceramic gave a V. S. W. R. graphite mold high-power ceramic window HIGH-POWER RF WINDOW high-purity alumina Lawrence Radiation Laboratory less than 1.02 megawatts melt metalizing mix mold lid molybdenum washer Mosier Lawrence Radiation O. F. H. C. copper parlodion Polyethylene disk Radiation Laboratory University reheatable high-power ceramic remained vacuumtight RF WINDOW K. C. sections of rectangular sections of waveguide shown in Fig sloping shorts solder source of rf stainless steel rings titanium hydride traveling-wave linear accelerator UCRL-8874 CONSTRUCTION University of California V. S. W. R. and attenuation V. S. W. R. less vacuum vacuum-cast voltage-standing-wave ratio V. S. W. R. waveguide assembly WINDOW K. C. Crebbin