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MAX4, a 3 GeV light source with a flexible injector

Eriksson, Mikael LU ; Andersson, Åke LU ; Biedron, S.; Demirkan, Medine LU ; LeBlanc, Gregory LU ; Lindgren, Lars-Johan LU ; Malmgren, Lars LU ; Tarawneh, Hamed LU ; Wallén, Erik LU and Werin, Sverker LU (2002) 8th European Particle Accelerator Conference, 2002 In 8th European Particle Accelerator Conference p.686-687
Abstract
The MAX4 ring is intended to be the future user facility at MAXlab. The high-brilliance 3 GeV storage ring, equipped with small gap, short period superconducting undulators, demonstrates a high mean brilliance over a wide photon energy spectrum. The ring itself is defined from the routine operation of the small gap insertion devices, which is reflected in the small aperture of the ring magnets. The development of future light sources, like the free electron laser and energy recovery systems, opens up new challenging possibilities to create high brilliance, short pulse radiation. This development is today far from being mature, a strong development of new ideas and techniques will most probably take place during the next decade(s). The MAX4... (More)
The MAX4 ring is intended to be the future user facility at MAXlab. The high-brilliance 3 GeV storage ring, equipped with small gap, short period superconducting undulators, demonstrates a high mean brilliance over a wide photon energy spectrum. The ring itself is defined from the routine operation of the small gap insertion devices, which is reflected in the small aperture of the ring magnets. The development of future light sources, like the free electron laser and energy recovery systems, opens up new challenging possibilities to create high brilliance, short pulse radiation. This development is today far from being mature, a strong development of new ideas and techniques will most probably take place during the next decade(s). The MAX4 full-energy injector is constructed to incorporate these future developments. The proposed 3 GeV energy recovery race-track microtron will open up the possibility of topping up injection and to deliver Fourier transform limited spontaneous as well as coherent radiation up to the hard X-ray spectral region (Less)
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energy recovery race-track microtron, MAX4 full-energy injector, short pulse radiation, energy recovery systems, free electron laser, light sources, ring magnets, small aperture, small gap insertion devices, photon energy spectrum, short period superconducting undulators, MAXlab, high-brilliance storage ring, Fourier transform limited spontaneous radiation, coherent radiation, hard X-ray spectral region, linac, 3 GeV
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  author       = {Eriksson, Mikael and Andersson, Åke and Biedron, S. and Demirkan, Medine and LeBlanc, Gregory and Lindgren, Lars-Johan and Malmgren, Lars and Tarawneh, Hamed and Wallén, Erik and Werin, Sverker},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {686--687},
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  series       = {8th European Particle Accelerator Conference},
  title        = {MAX4, a 3 GeV light source with a flexible injector},
  year         = {2002},
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