G.N.Kulipanov, N.A.Mezentsev, K.V.Zolotarev, A.A.Gvozdev (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia)
Compact Hard X-Ray Synchrotron Radiation Source with Superconducting Bending Magnets
Synchrotron radiation (SR) with relatively hard spectrum (up to 50 keV) is necessary for realiza- tion of number modern X-ray analytical methods. These methods can be effectively used in in- dustrial and medical applications, in universities and scientific centers. So, the task of developing of compact source of hard synchrotron radiation is still actual. Budker INP has a big experience for developing and fabrication of high field superconducting insertion devices for different SR centers. In frame of this activity a superconducting bending magnet with field up to 9.6 T was fabricated for BESSY-II and commissioned in 2004. This magnet also became a prototype for compact hard SR source. A project of such storage ring is under developing in Budker INP now. This design fixed beam energy to 1.2 GeV, ring circumference about 52 m. Estimated horizontal equilibrium emittance will be near 20 nm. This report includes a detailed description of main pa- rameters and magnetic structure of designed storage ring as well as preliminary design of injec- tor system and beamline layout.
Dr. Konstantin Zolotarev: Zolotarev@inp.nsk.su
A.N.Dovbnya, I.S.Guk, S.G.Kononenko, F.A.Peev, A.S.Tarasenko (National Science Centre "Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology", Kharkov, Ukraine); M. van der Wiel, J.I.M. Botman (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Eindhoven, The Netherlands).
Accelerating complex "SALO"
During last three years NSC KIPT and Technische Universiteit Eindhoven develop the recircula- tor project with superconducting accelerating structure TESLA on energy up to 730 MeV. The accelerator will be disposed in existing buildings on linac LU2000 exit. The source of polarized electrons will allow to receive quasicontinuous beams with energy from 250 up to 730 MeV and a current up to 100 microA. RF photogun will accelerate continuous and impulse electron beams with a charge up to 1 nC in one bunch and an average current up to 1 . Base tasks which to be solved with the help of new accelerator: 1. Problems of fundamental nuclear physics 2. Framing accelerator driven sub-critical assembly facility, neutron source and its applications in different fields of science 3. Free electron laser 4. Radiation physics, nuclear physics applications, isotope
Dr. Ivan Guk: firstname.lastname@example.org