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Orbit stability studies for the Diamond-II storage ring

DOI: 10.18429/JACoW-IPAC2022-THPOPT017 DOI Help

Authors: I. P. S. Martin (Diamond Light Source) , C. A. Abraham (Diamond Light Source) , D. Crivelli (Diamond Light Source) , H. Ghasem (Diamond Light Source) , B. Nicholson (Diamond Light Source) , T. Olsson (Diamond Light Source) , P. Sanchez-Navarro (Diamond Light Source)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Conference Paper
Conference: IPAC2022
Peer Reviewed: No

State: Published (Approved)
Published: July 2022

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Abstract: The photon-beam positional stability relative to the beam size is a key performance parameter for storage ring light sources. The natural emittance of the Diamond-II ring will be lowered by a factor 16.7 compared to the existing ring, so the absolute stability requirement for the electron beam must reduce accordingly. In addition, advances in detector speed and resolution mean the tolerances are tighter compared to previous generations of storage rings, with a target of 3 % of beam size up to 1 kHz having been adopted for Diamond-II. In this paper we present studies of how the anticipated ground vibrations, girder motion and power supply ripple will affect the electron beam stability as a function of frequency.

Subject Areas: Engineering

Technical Areas: Accelerator Physics

Added On: 03/05/2023 13:40


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