Schematic of particle orbits in a period-2 ping-pong multipactor. Reprinted with permission from R. A. Kishek, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 035003 (2012). Copyright 2012 American Physical Society.
Multipactor bounds as function of o for N = 1 (solid) and N = 3 (dashed). Thin lines correspond to lower limits, while thicker lines correspond to upper limits from cutoff and stability. Both P1 (blue lines, gray-shaded areas) and PP2 (red lines, yellow-shaded areas) regions are shown. Reprinted with permission from R. A. Kishek, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 035003 (2012). Copyright 2012 American Physical Society.
Distribution of arrival phases after 5 rf cycles from two simulations at different peak gap voltages: (a) 100 V and (b) 158 V.
Number of live particles as a function of time over 5 rf periods for 100 V (blue-dotted) and 158 V (red-solid).
The upper cutoff bounds for P1 (blue-dashed) and PP2 (red solid), compared to WARP simulations (circles). The black dotted line is the lower limit due to W1 for unbaked copper. Reprinted with permission from R. A. Kishek, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 035003 (2012). Copyright 2012 American Physical Society.
A portrayal of the raw simulation data used in calculating the circles in Fig. 5 . Each point corresponds to the effective SEE yield calculated from one simulation, where many simulations were run for each value of o.
The N = 1 band from Fig. 2 displayed as a conventional susceptibility diagram of voltage versus fD, with the various limits indicated.
Construction of a multipactor map for a single-surface multipactor with o/ o = 0.2 and η = 0.3.
The map in Fig. 8 after the modulo 2π operation. The bowtie region outlines the local stability criterion for a fixed point.
Repeated application of the map in Fig. 9 to advance a random starting phase. The orbit converges to a period-4 limit cycle.
The map in Fig. 9 iterated (a) 4 times and (b) 1024 times.
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