43. State of the art of 400 MHz copper SRF cavity production via Spinning in the framework of FCC study
Oscar Azzolini (LNL)
Advances in cavity substrate fabrication
In the framework of the FCC study, niobium-coated copper cavities are considered to operate at 400 MHz. Spinning is a potential alternative to conventional shaping methods of copper half cells. A step by step presentation of the complete spinning process will be explained, observing the effects of the stresses induced by the forming and the actions chosen to fight this specific behaviour of...
Mr Jean-Francois Croteau (I-Cube)
In the framework of CERN’s Future Circular Collider (FCC), fabrication of high-performance superconducting radiofrequency (SRF) cavities is crucial to attain energy levels relevant for breakthrough research in particle physics. Damage to the inner surface of copper and niobium cavities must be minimized to ensure proper growth of the superconducting film and prevent quenching during operation....