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Emittance diagnostics at the MAX IV 3 GeV storage ring

Breunlin, Jonas LU and Andersson, Åke LU (2016) In Proceedings of IPAC 2016, Busan, Korea p.2908-2910
Abstract
With the MAX IV project in Lund, Sweden, an ultralow emittance storage ring light source is going into user operation in 2016. Due to its multibend achromat lattice design
the 3 GeV storage ring reaches a horizontal emittance lower than 330 pm rad. Emittance diagnostics will involve two diagnostic beamlines to image the electron beam with infrared and ultraviolet synchrotron radiation from bending dipoles. Placed in locations of different optic functions the beamlines will provide experimental access to both horizontal and vertical emittance and to beam energy spread. Since bunch lengthening with harmonic cavities is essential for machine performance, time resolved measurements with synchrotron radiation for individual longitudinal... (More)
With the MAX IV project in Lund, Sweden, an ultralow emittance storage ring light source is going into user operation in 2016. Due to its multibend achromat lattice design
the 3 GeV storage ring reaches a horizontal emittance lower than 330 pm rad. Emittance diagnostics will involve two diagnostic beamlines to image the electron beam with infrared and ultraviolet synchrotron radiation from bending dipoles. Placed in locations of different optic functions the beamlines will provide experimental access to both horizontal and vertical emittance and to beam energy spread. Since bunch lengthening with harmonic cavities is essential for machine performance, time resolved measurements with synchrotron radiation for individual longitudinal bunch distributions are of special interest as well. (Less)
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  abstract     = {With the MAX IV project in Lund, Sweden, an ultralow emittance storage ring light source is going into user operation in 2016. Due to its multibend achromat lattice design<br/>the 3 GeV storage ring reaches a horizontal emittance lower than 330 pm rad. Emittance diagnostics will involve two diagnostic beamlines to image the electron beam with infrared and ultraviolet synchrotron radiation from bending dipoles. Placed in locations of different optic functions the beamlines will provide experimental access to both horizontal and vertical emittance and to beam energy spread. Since bunch lengthening with harmonic cavities is essential for machine performance, time resolved measurements with synchrotron radiation for individual longitudinal bunch distributions are of special interest as well.},
  author       = {Breunlin, Jonas and Andersson, Åke},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {2908--2910},
  series       = {Proceedings of IPAC 2016, Busan, Korea},
  title        = {Emittance diagnostics at the MAX IV 3 GeV storage ring},
  year         = {2016},
}