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Momentum loss during slow extraction in the J-PARC MR and its countermeasures

Tamura, Fumihiko   ; Yamamoto, Masanobu   ; Omori, Chihiro*; Yoshii, Masahito*; Schnase, A.*; Nomura, Masahiro  ; Tomizawa, Masahito*

For the slow extraction in the J-PARC MR, the rf voltage ins the cavities is turned off after finishing the acceleration to obtain a coasting beam. During the debunching process, the average momentum decrease due to the longitudinal coupling impedances in the MR. The decelatation continues until a well debunchedbeam is foarmed. The deceraration causes a reduction of the extraction efficiency due to the chromatic effects. In the J-PARC MR, a momentum loss has been observed at a relatively low beam power. To achieve higher beam power with keeping the high extraction efficiency, measures against the momentum loss are necessary. In this article, we report the observations and simulation results of the momentum losses. We adopt the rf feedforward method to cancel the wake voltage in the cavity as a measure of the momentum loss. By the feedforward, the momentum loss is significantly reduced. We achieve a high extraction efficiency, 99.5%, at the beam power of 20 kW.



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