J. Phys. IV France 04 (1994) C9-341-C9-348
Synchrotron radiation complex ISI-800V. Nemoshkalenko1, V. Molodkin1, A. Shpak1, E. Bulyak2, I. Karnaukhov2, A. Shcherbakov2 and A. Zelinsky2
1 Institute of Metal Physics, Academy of Science of Ukraine, 252142 Kiev, Ukraine
2 Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology, 310108 Kharkov, Ukraine
Basis considerations for the choice of a synchrotron light source dedicated for Ukrainian National Synchrotron Centre is presented. Considering experiments and technological processes to be carried out 800 MeV compact four superperiod electron ring of third generation was chosen. The synchrotron light generated by the electron beam with current up to 200 mA and the radiation emittance of 2.7*10-8 m*rad would be utilized by 24 beam lines. Each line will provide the light beam with spectral brightness of (2-9)*1020 phot /(m2*rad2) within 0.01% bandwidth. Two wigglers and an undulator will be inserted into the magnet lattice. The lattice is to provide large enough dynamic aperture and to decrease sensitivity to collective effects. The central magnet of each superperiod can be optionally replaced by a superconducting one to harden photon spectrum. The 120 MeV traveling wave linac is intended to employ as an injector. The injector is placed below the ring to provide room for more beamlines. For this purpose the injecting system and the RF cavity share the same long straight section.
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