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\begin{center} Abstract submitted for the\\XV$^{\rm th}$ International
Conference on High Energy Accelerators\\
Hamburg, F.R. Germany\\July 20-24, 1992
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\underline{Synchro-betatron Resonance due to Cavity Gap Voltage
Asymmetry}, R.\,BAARTMAN, \underline{TRIUMF}
--- ---RF cavities for synchrotrons are not in general axially
symmetric. This can be due, for example, to the location of the input
power coupling loop. It can cause the voltage on one side of the
accelerating gap to be different from that on the other side.
Associated with this asymmetry is an rf magnetic field which deflects a
beam particle by an amount depending upon its rf phase. The deflection
can accumulate if the betatron tune is situated on the second
synchrotron sideband of the integer resonance, i.e., $\nu_y\pm 2\nu_s
=n$. We develop the theory for this resonance and apply it to the KAON
Factory Booster to find the allowed upper limit on the asymmetry.
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{\bf Submitted by :}
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Baartman, R.\\
TRIUMF, 4004 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 2A3, Canada.\\
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