J. Phys. IV France 04 (1994) C9-373-C9-376
A pure insertion device synchrotron light source utilizing the MBA-opticsD. Einfeld1, J. Schaper1 and M. Plesko2, 3
1 Fachhochschule Ostfriesland, 26723 Emden, Germany
2 Sincrotrone Trieste, Padriciano 99, 34012 Trieste, Italy
3 On leave frome the Institute Jozef Stefan, Ljubljana, Slovenia
The pure insertion device (PID) lattice is a novel concept for a sinchrotron light source, where all possible light ports are irradiated by insertion devices. Up to 40% of the ring circumference is available for insertion devices. The lattice has been obtained by giving up the constraint of zero dispersion in the straight sections. However, for many SR experiments, the resulting reduction in brilliance is not of importance. An application of the PID structure for a 3 GeV storage ring is presented and discussed. With 202 m of circumference and an emittance of 14 nm.rad, it has 24 straight sections of over 3m each. Tracking studies show excellent dynamic properties of the lattice.
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