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The MAX-wiggler: design, construction and commissioning of a 3.5 T superconducting wiggler with 47 poles

Wallén, Erik LU and LeBlanc, Gregory LU (2004) Eighth International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation In AIP Conference Proceedings p.219-222
Abstract
The increasing demand for high fluxes of X-rays to perform crystallography and material physics at MAX-lab is met with the MAX wiggler. The MAX-wiggler is a cold bore superconducting wiggler with 47 3.5 T poles and a period length of 61 mm and it has been constructed in-house at MAX-lab. The MAX-wiggler has now been installed and commissioned on the 1.5 GeV MAX-II storage ring at MAX-lab. This paper describes the design and performance of the MAX-wiggler and also the studies of the effects of the MAX-wiggler on the stored electron beam. The MAX-wiggler cryostat is a pool type cryostat with a bath of liquid He where the boiled of He gas is used for cooling different parts of the cryostat. The consumption of liquid He is about 2.5 litres per... (More)
The increasing demand for high fluxes of X-rays to perform crystallography and material physics at MAX-lab is met with the MAX wiggler. The MAX-wiggler is a cold bore superconducting wiggler with 47 3.5 T poles and a period length of 61 mm and it has been constructed in-house at MAX-lab. The MAX-wiggler has now been installed and commissioned on the 1.5 GeV MAX-II storage ring at MAX-lab. This paper describes the design and performance of the MAX-wiggler and also the studies of the effects of the MAX-wiggler on the stored electron beam. The MAX-wiggler cryostat is a pool type cryostat with a bath of liquid He where the boiled of He gas is used for cooling different parts of the cryostat. The consumption of liquid He is about 2.5 litres per hour at nominal working conditions with 200 mA of stored current in the MAX II storage ring. The effects of the wiggler on the stored electron beam, of which the vertical focusing effect is the most dominating, have been neutralized by modifying the magnetic optics of the storage ring and the MAX-wiggler is now in routine operation at MAX-Lab (Less)
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3.5 T, 61 mm, 1.5 GeV, 200 mA, magnetic optics, vertical focusing effect, stored electron beam, nominal working conditions, He gas, liquid He, MAX-II storage ring, MAX-lab, X-ray crystallography, MAX wiggler cryostat, cold bore superconducting wiggler
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219 - 222
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American Institute of Physics
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Eighth International Conference on Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation
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  abstract     = {The increasing demand for high fluxes of X-rays to perform crystallography and material physics at MAX-lab is met with the MAX wiggler. The MAX-wiggler is a cold bore superconducting wiggler with 47 3.5 T poles and a period length of 61 mm and it has been constructed in-house at MAX-lab. The MAX-wiggler has now been installed and commissioned on the 1.5 GeV MAX-II storage ring at MAX-lab. This paper describes the design and performance of the MAX-wiggler and also the studies of the effects of the MAX-wiggler on the stored electron beam. The MAX-wiggler cryostat is a pool type cryostat with a bath of liquid He where the boiled of He gas is used for cooling different parts of the cryostat. The consumption of liquid He is about 2.5 litres per hour at nominal working conditions with 200 mA of stored current in the MAX II storage ring. The effects of the wiggler on the stored electron beam, of which the vertical focusing effect is the most dominating, have been neutralized by modifying the magnetic optics of the storage ring and the MAX-wiggler is now in routine operation at MAX-Lab},
  author       = {Wallén, Erik and LeBlanc, Gregory},
  booktitle    = {AIP Conference Proceedings},
  issn         = {0094-243X},
  keyword      = {3.5 T,61 mm,1.5 GeV,200 mA,magnetic optics,vertical focusing effect,stored electron beam,nominal working conditions,He gas,liquid He,MAX-II storage ring,MAX-lab,X-ray crystallography,MAX wiggler cryostat,cold bore superconducting wiggler},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {708},
  pages        = {219--222},
  publisher    = {American Institute of Physics},
  title        = {The MAX-wiggler: design, construction and commissioning of a 3.5 T superconducting wiggler with 47 poles},
  year         = {2004},
}