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P.79. P.A.Bak (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia)

SOLID-STATE SUBMICROSECOND GENERATORS FOR NON- DESTRUCTIVE SINGLEPASS MONITOR

Method of generating high power pulses with nanosecond rise and fall times is described. This method is based on the use of series operation of power IGBT and MOSFET devices. Experimental results show that pulses can be generated with amplitudes of more then 3 kV, rise times in the range 2-4 nanoseconds and repetition rates of tens thousand Hertz.

Petr Alekseevich Bak: bak@inp.nsk.su

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    80. A.Batrakov, S.Belokrinitskiy, P.Budz, I.Churkin, N.Nefedov, A.Philipchenko,

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      Rouvinski, E.Semenov, D.Shichkov, S.Sinyatkin, A.Steshov, P.Vagin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia) MULTIPOLE MAGNETS FOR THE METROLOGY LIGHT SOURCE (PTB, BERLIN)

The Metrology Light Source (MLS), a specialized synchrotron radiation source (electron energy up to 600 MeV) being built at the PTB in Germany. The multipole magnets of the Storage Ring consist of 24 quadrupoles, 24 sextupoles and 4 octupoles manufactured by Budker INP. The quadrupole magnets of 165 mm length have gradient of 13 T/m and ap- erture of 70 mm. The sextupole magnets of 80 mm length have strength of 280 T/m2 and aperture of 76 mm. The octupole magnets of 80 mm length have strength of 2400 T/m3 and aperture of 86 mm. The main features of magnetic modeling and manufacture are de- scribed in the paper. The multipoles were magnetically measured by Rotating Coil System and main results of the magnetic measurements are also presented.

Andrey Steshov: steshov@inp.nsk.su

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