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Development of an in-situ bake-out method for outgassing reduction of kicker ferrite cores

Kamiya, Junichiro  ; Ogiwara, Norio; Nishikawa, Masaaki; Hikichi, Yusuke; Yanagibashi, Toru; Suganuma, Kazuaki 

It is usually difficult to reduce outgassing of a large structure inside a vacuum chamber by baking the whole chamber, which causes the large extension of the chamber and needs a lot of heater power. The solution is to rise the temperature of structure object without heating the vacuum chamber. This means to install heat source inside the chamber and increase the heat quantity to the object by inserting the heat shield between the object and the chamber. In the particle accelerator field, there are a lot of such requirements for reducing outgassing of structures inside vacuum chambers. One example is a kicker magnet, which is installed in a vacuum chamber and consists mainly of ferrite cores and aluminum electric plates. We applied the above method to the outgassing reduction of the kicker. In this article, we show outline of this in-situ bake-out method, the effects of the heat shield on the heat quantity and the result of the outgassing reduction.



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