Radiation of a charged particle bunch moving in the presence of planar wire structure

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Abstract

Copyright © 2014 CC-BY-3.0 and by the respective authors. The structure under consideration represents a set of long thin parallel wires which are placed in a plane with fixed spacing. The wires can exhibit a limited conductivity. If the period of the structure is much less than the typical wavelength, the structure's influence can be described with help of the averaged boundary conditions [1]. The main attention is given to the case when the bunch flies through the grid in the orthogonal direction. Radiation of charged particle bunch which have small transversal size and limited longitudinal one is studied. Analytical expressions for volume and surface waves are given for the bunches with arbitrary longitudinal profile. A separate analysis is performed for the particular case of the plane which is ideally conducting in only one direction. It is shown that the surface wave is similar, in some way, to the radiation field of the bunch moving in a wire metamaterial [2]. It is demonstrated that the detection of s
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRadiation of a charged particle bunch moving in the presence of planar wire structure
Pages3629-3631
StatePublished - 2014

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