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Status of the MAX IV Storage Rings

Leemann, Simon LU ; Ahlbäck, Jonny LU ; Andersson, Åke LU ; Eriksson, Mikael LU ; Johansson, Martin LU ; Lindgren, Lars-Johan LU ; Sjöström, Magnus LU and Wallén, Erik LU (2010) 1st International Particle Accelerator Conference, 2010 In Proceedings of IPAC’10 p.2618-2620
Abstract
In 2009 the MAX IV facility was granted funding by Swedish authorities. Construction of the facility will begin this summer and user operation is expected by 2015. MAX IV will consist of a 3.4 GeV linac as a driver for a short-pulse radiation facility (with planned upgrade to a seeded/cascaded FEL) as well as an injector for two storage rings at different energies serving user communities in separate spectral ranges. Thanks to a novel compact multibend-achromat design, the 3 GeV ring will deliver a 500 mA electron beam with a horizontal emittance below 0.3 nmrad to x-ray insertion devices located in 19 dispersion-free 5 m straight sections. When the 3 GeV ring goes into operation in 2015 it is expected to become the highest... (More)
In 2009 the MAX IV facility was granted funding by Swedish authorities. Construction of the facility will begin this summer and user operation is expected by 2015. MAX IV will consist of a 3.4 GeV linac as a driver for a short-pulse radiation facility (with planned upgrade to a seeded/cascaded FEL) as well as an injector for two storage rings at different energies serving user communities in separate spectral ranges. Thanks to a novel compact multibend-achromat design, the 3 GeV ring will deliver a 500 mA electron beam with a horizontal emittance below 0.3 nmrad to x-ray insertion devices located in 19 dispersion-free 5 m straight sections. When the 3 GeV ring goes into operation in 2015 it is expected to become the highest electron-brightness storage ring light source world-wide. The 1.5 GeV ring will serve as a replacement for both present-day MAX II and MAX III storage rings. Its below 6 nm rad horizontal emittance electron beam will be delivered to IR and UV insertion devices in twelve 3.5 m straight sections. We report on design progress for the two new storage rings of the MAX IV facility. (Less)
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Lattice, Multibend Achromat, Storage Ring, Synchrotron, Light Source
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Noda, A.; Petit-Jean-Genaz, Ch.; Schaa, V.; Shirai, T. and Shirakawa, A.
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  abstract     = {In 2009 the MAX IV facility was granted funding by Swedish authorities. Construction of the facility will begin this summer and user operation is expected by 2015. MAX IV will consist of a 3.4 GeV linac as a driver for a short-pulse radiation facility (with planned upgrade to a seeded/cascaded FEL) as well as an injector for two storage rings at different energies serving user communities in separate spectral ranges. Thanks to a novel compact multibend-achromat design, the 3 GeV ring will deliver a 500 mA electron beam with a horizontal emittance below 0.3 nmrad to x-ray insertion devices located in 19 dispersion-free 5 m straight sections. When the 3 GeV ring goes into operation in 2015 it is expected to become the highest electron-brightness storage ring light source world-wide. The 1.5 GeV ring will serve as a replacement for both present-day MAX II and MAX III storage rings. Its below 6 nm rad horizontal emittance electron beam will be delivered to IR and UV insertion devices in twelve 3.5 m straight sections. We report on design progress for the two new storage rings of the MAX IV facility.},
  author       = {Leemann, Simon and Ahlbäck, Jonny and Andersson, Åke and Eriksson, Mikael and Johansson, Martin and Lindgren, Lars-Johan and Sjöström, Magnus and Wallén, Erik},
  editor       = {Noda, A. and Petit-Jean-Genaz, Ch. and Schaa, V. and Shirai, T. and Shirakawa, A.},
  isbn         = {978-92-9083-352-9},
  keyword      = {Lattice,Multibend Achromat,Storage Ring,Synchrotron,Light Source},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {2618--2620},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0xb549950)},
  series       = {Proceedings of IPAC’10},
  title        = {Status of the MAX IV Storage Rings},
  year         = {2010},
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