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M. L. Kro~ D. Smitk D. N. E. J. Caporaso, P. Vitello, N. Tishchenko, “Vacuum Surface Flashover and High Pressure Gas Streamers: (1997). L. , “Measured and Theoretical Characterization of the RF Properties of Stacked, H@-Gradknt Insulator Material” Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conf’ence, Vancouver, BC, Cana~ 12–16 May 1997. [12] S. L. , “Longitudinal Impedance Measurements of an RK-TBA kduction Accelerating Gap” Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canad~ 12–16 May 1997.

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As conduction in the insulator will strongly modfi the voltage which drives the streamer discharge, accurate coupling of the streamer to the insulator were included. We showed initial calculations that were pdormed. The electromagnetic characteristics of the HGI are due to perturbing the geometry of the resonant cavity. Carefil incorporation of HGI’s into an induction cell design should always lead to a much lower impedance than that of a conventional solid insulator. Further, as the higher voltage hold off of the HGI allow for narrower gaps and the transverse impedance scales directly with gap widt~ an additional faaor of two reduction is expected.

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