Author: Okuda, T.
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MOPPP072 Performance of APPLE-II Type Quasi-Periodic Undulator at HiSOR 729
  • S. Sasaki, M. Arita, K. Goto, A. Miyamoto, T. Okuda
    HSRC, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
  A 1.8-m-long 78-mm-period quasi-periodic APLPE-II undulator was installed in the 700-MeV HiSOR storage ring of Hiroshima Synchrotron Radiation Center. At 23-mm nominal minimum gap, the fundamental photon energies are 3.1 eV, 6.5 eV, and 4.8 eV for horizontal linear, vertical linear, and circular polarization, respectively. The photon energies of observed fundamental and higher harmonic radiations are in good agreement with those of model calculations using measured undulator field and the HiSOR beam parameters. Also, observed flux thorough a slit and a grating monochromator was more than twice larger than that from previously installed 100-mm-period helical undulator for the whole range of radiation spectra. The feedforward COD correction was done to avoid the intensity fluctuation of photon beam in other BM beamlines due to the gap and phase motion of undulator. No fatal effect on the stored electron beam by installing the undulator was observed though a slight beam size change was observed at the minimum gap.