Author: Kim, S.H.
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MOP047 The BINP HLS to Measure Vertical Changes on PAL-XFEL Buildings and Ground 133
  • H. J. Choi, K.H. Gil, H.-S. Kang, S.H. Kim, K.W. Seo
    PAL, Pohang, Kyungbuk, Republic of Korea
  PAL-XFEL is being installed and will be completed by December of 2015 so that users can be supported beginning in 2016. PAL-XFEL equipment should continuously maintain the bunch beam parameter. To this end, PAL-XFEL equipment has to be kept precisely aligned. As a part of the process for installing PAL-XFEL, a surface geodetic network and the installation of a tunnel measurement network inside buildings is in preparation; additionally, the fiducialization of major equipment is underway. After PAL-XFEL equipment is optimized and aligned, if the ground and buildings go through vertical changes during operation, misalignment of equipments will cause errors in the electron beam trajectory, which will lead to changes to the beam parameter. For continuous and systemic measurement of vertical changes in buildings and to monitor ground subsidence (sinks) and uplift, the BINP Ultrasonic-type Hydrostatic Levelling System (HLS) is to be installed and operated in all sections of PAL-XFEL for linear accelerator, undulator and beam line. This study will introduce the operation principle, design concept and advantages (self-calibration) of BINP ULS Sensor, and will outline its installation plan and operation plan.  
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TUP043 PAL-XFEL Cavity BPM Prototype Beam Test at ITF 468
  • S.J. Lee, J.H. Han, H.-S. Kang, C. Kim, S.H. Kim, I.S. Ko, Y.J. Park, D.C. Shin
    PAL, Pohang, Republic of Korea
  To achieve sub-micrometer resolution, PAL-XFEL undulator section will use X-band Cavity beam position monitor (BPM) systems. The prototype cavity BPM pick-up was designed and fabricated to test the performance of the cavity BPM system. The fabricated prototype cavity BPM pick-up was installed at Pohang Accelerator Laboratory injector test facility (PAL ITF) for the beam test. Under 200 pC beam charge condition, the signal properties of the cavity BPM pick-up were measured. Also, the dynamic range of the cavity BPM pick-up was measured by using the corrector magnet. In this paper, the design and beam test results of the prototype cavity BPM pick-up will be discussed.  
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