C-AD Accelerator Physics Seminar
"A Robinson Wiggler for Lifetime and Brilliant Improvement at the Metrology Light Source"
Presented by Tobias Goetsch, Helmholtz-Zentrum, Germany
Thursday, May 14, 2015, 4:00 pm — Large Conf. Rm. Bldg. 911B, Rm. A202
"The beam lifetime in electron storage rings concerns machines running in decay mode as well as machines doing top-up. A standard procedure to increase the lifetime is via bunch lengthening as the lifetime depends on the electron density in the bunch. Bunch lengthening is typically achieved with higher harmonic (Landau) cavities. There are several advantages in using a different approach: it is possible to increase the bunch length by installing a transverse gradient (Robinson) Wiggler, which allows to transfer damping between the horizontal and the longitudinal plane. While increasing the bunch length, the horizontal emittance is being reduced yielding advantages regarding the source size depending on the magnet optics. At the Metrology Light Source, a primary source standard used by Germanys national metrology institute (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), such a scheme is being investigated. The prospects are higher brilliance for the important beamlines together with a lifetime improvement in the order of 100 %."
Hosted by: Wolfram Fischer
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