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Solaris storage ring lattice optimisationwith strong insertion devices

Wawrzyniak, A. I. LU ; Bocchetta, C. J.; Leemann, S. C. LU and Eriksson, Mikael LU (2012) 3rd International Particle Accelerator Conference 2012, IPAC 2012 In IPAC 2012 - International Particle Accelerator Conference 2012 p.1218-1220
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The Solaris synchrotron radiation facility under construction in Krakow will be areplica of the 1.5 GeV storage ring of MAX IV. This compact 3rd generation light source hasbeen designed to have an emittance of 6 nmrad and operate with 500 mA stored current forVUV and and softX-ray production.The lattice consists of 12 doublebend achromats (DBA)where each DBA cell is integrated into one solid iron block. Twelve 3.5 m long straightsections are available of which 10 will be equipped with various insertion devices. Thesedevices will differ from those adopted by MAX IV. For X-ray production one or moresuperconducting wigglers will be used, while APPLE-II type undulators will be used forvariable polarised light production. The linear and... (More)

The Solaris synchrotron radiation facility under construction in Krakow will be areplica of the 1.5 GeV storage ring of MAX IV. This compact 3rd generation light source hasbeen designed to have an emittance of 6 nmrad and operate with 500 mA stored current forVUV and and softX-ray production.The lattice consists of 12 doublebend achromats (DBA)where each DBA cell is integrated into one solid iron block. Twelve 3.5 m long straightsections are available of which 10 will be equipped with various insertion devices. Thesedevices will differ from those adopted by MAX IV. For X-ray production one or moresuperconducting wigglers will be used, while APPLE-II type undulators will be used forvariable polarised light production. The linear and nonlinear beam dynamics have beenstudied with these perturbing insertion devices included in the lattice and results arepresented in this paper. Copyright © 2012 by IEEE.

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  author       = {Wawrzyniak, A. I. and Bocchetta, C. J. and Leemann, S. C. and Eriksson, Mikael},
  booktitle    = {IPAC 2012 - International Particle Accelerator Conference 2012},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1218--1220},
  title        = {Solaris storage ring lattice optimisationwith strong insertion devices},
  year         = {2012},
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