Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module

Risto Nousiainen, Germana Riddone, Kenneth Österberg

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

Abstract

To fulfil the mechanical requirements set by the luminosity goals of the CLIC collider, currently under study, the 2-m two-beam modules, the shortest repetitive elements in the main linac, have to be controlled at micrometer level. At the same time these modules are exposed to variable high power dissipation while the accelerator is ramped up to nominal power as well as when the mode of CLIC operation is varied. This will result into inevitable temperature excursions driving mechanical distortions in and between different module components. A FEM model is essential to estimate and simulate the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour of the CLIC two-beam module to facilitate its design and development. In this paper, the fundamental thermal environments for the RF-components of the module are described. Also the thermal and structural results for the studied module configuration are presented showing the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour under the main CLIC collider operation conditions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationXXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10
Place of PublicationJapan
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
EventXXV Linear Accelerator Conference. LINAC10, Tsukuba - Tsukuba, Japan
Duration: 12 Sep 201017 Sep 2010

Conference

ConferenceXXV Linear Accelerator Conference. LINAC10, Tsukuba
Abbreviated titleLINAC 2010
CountryJapan
CityTsukuba
Period12/09/1017/09/10

Fingerprint

modules
thermal environments
micrometers
accelerators
dissipation
luminosity
requirements
estimates
configurations
temperature

Keywords

  • Thermo-mechanical modeling
  • FEM

Cite this

Nousiainen, R., Riddone, G., & Österberg, K. (2010). Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module. In XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10 Japan.
Nousiainen, Risto ; Riddone, Germana ; Österberg, Kenneth. / Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module. XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10. Japan, 2010.
@inproceedings{344b0668c25c4838bafbbdbabc5e4220,
title = "Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module",
abstract = "To fulfil the mechanical requirements set by the luminosity goals of the CLIC collider, currently under study, the 2-m two-beam modules, the shortest repetitive elements in the main linac, have to be controlled at micrometer level. At the same time these modules are exposed to variable high power dissipation while the accelerator is ramped up to nominal power as well as when the mode of CLIC operation is varied. This will result into inevitable temperature excursions driving mechanical distortions in and between different module components. A FEM model is essential to estimate and simulate the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour of the CLIC two-beam module to facilitate its design and development. In this paper, the fundamental thermal environments for the RF-components of the module are described. Also the thermal and structural results for the studied module configuration are presented showing the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour under the main CLIC collider operation conditions.",
keywords = "Thermo-mechanical modeling, FEM",
author = "Risto Nousiainen and Germana Riddone and Kenneth {\"O}sterberg",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
booktitle = "XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10",

}

Nousiainen, R, Riddone, G & Österberg, K 2010, Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module. in XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10. Japan, XXV Linear Accelerator Conference. LINAC10, Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan, 12/09/10.

Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module. / Nousiainen, Risto; Riddone, Germana; Österberg, Kenneth.

XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10. Japan, 2010.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

TY - GEN

T1 - Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module

AU - Nousiainen, Risto

AU - Riddone, Germana

AU - Österberg, Kenneth

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - To fulfil the mechanical requirements set by the luminosity goals of the CLIC collider, currently under study, the 2-m two-beam modules, the shortest repetitive elements in the main linac, have to be controlled at micrometer level. At the same time these modules are exposed to variable high power dissipation while the accelerator is ramped up to nominal power as well as when the mode of CLIC operation is varied. This will result into inevitable temperature excursions driving mechanical distortions in and between different module components. A FEM model is essential to estimate and simulate the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour of the CLIC two-beam module to facilitate its design and development. In this paper, the fundamental thermal environments for the RF-components of the module are described. Also the thermal and structural results for the studied module configuration are presented showing the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour under the main CLIC collider operation conditions.

AB - To fulfil the mechanical requirements set by the luminosity goals of the CLIC collider, currently under study, the 2-m two-beam modules, the shortest repetitive elements in the main linac, have to be controlled at micrometer level. At the same time these modules are exposed to variable high power dissipation while the accelerator is ramped up to nominal power as well as when the mode of CLIC operation is varied. This will result into inevitable temperature excursions driving mechanical distortions in and between different module components. A FEM model is essential to estimate and simulate the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour of the CLIC two-beam module to facilitate its design and development. In this paper, the fundamental thermal environments for the RF-components of the module are described. Also the thermal and structural results for the studied module configuration are presented showing the fundamental thermo-mechanical behaviour under the main CLIC collider operation conditions.

KW - Thermo-mechanical modeling

KW - FEM

M3 - Conference article in proceedings

BT - XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10

CY - Japan

ER -

Nousiainen R, Riddone G, Österberg K. Studies on the thermo-mechanical behavior of the clic two-beam module. In XXV Linear Accelerator Conference, LINAC10. Japan. 2010