Presentation on theme: "Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) Cornell has been awarded $18 million to develop the ERL taking advantage of the existing Cornell Electron Storage Ring (CESR)"— Presentation transcript:
Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) Cornell has been awarded $18 million to develop the ERL taking advantage of the existing Cornell Electron Storage Ring (CESR) I D CESR Tunnel Electrons are injected into superconducting cavities at (I) and accelerated to 2.5 GeV in the first half of the main linac, then to 5 GeV in the second half. The green lines show 18 possible beamline locations. Electrons travel around the CESR magnets clockwise and re-enter the linac out of phase. Their energy is extracted and the spent electrons are then sent to the dump (D). Two superconducting linacs in one tunnel accelerate the electrons to 5 GeV. Person shown for scale.
Parameter APS 3rd generation storage ring Energy recovery linac Gain factor Electron source size in microns rms 239(h) x 15(v)2(h) x 2(v)1/900 in area Micro x-ray beamsize 100 nm to 1 micron 1 nm100 to 1000 Coherent flux x-rays/sec/0.1% bw 3 x 10 11 9 x10 15 3,000 Pulse duration (rms) 32 ps<100 fs more than 320 times shorter
New high-pressure beamline scientist Zhongwu Wang He has joined us from Los Alamos
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Paramete r APS ring ERLImprove ment RMS source size( m) 239(h) x 8(v) 2(h) x 2(v) 1/450 in area x-ray beamsize 100nm - 1 m 1 nm100 to 1000 Coherent flux x- rays/s/0.1 % bw 3 x 10 11 9 x 10 14 3,000 RMS duration 32 ps0.1 psover 300