Author: Shimosaki, Y.
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TUPPC013 Optimization of Lower Emittance Optics for the SPring-8 Storage Ring 1182
  • Y. Shimosaki, K.K. Kaneki, M. Masaki, T. Nakamura, H. Ohkuma, J. Schimizu, K. Soutome, S. Takano, M. Takao
    JASRI/SPring-8, Hyogo-ken, Japan
  A design work of the present SPring-8 storage ring is in progress to improve its performance. The linear optics has been changed to reduce the natural emittance below the nominal of 3.4 nmrad at 8 GeV, and the nonlinear optics has been optimized with a genetic algorithm to suppress the amplitude-dependent tune shifts and to enlarge the dynamic aperture. As a preliminary study, the optics with the natural emittance of 2.4 nmrad at 8 GeV has been examined, theoretically and experimentally. In this optics, 1.5 times higher brilliance for 10 keV photons than the present can theoretically be expected for the standard undulator beamline. The improved optics design and its beam performance will be presented in detail. In this presentation, a optics for a future upgrade of the SPring-8 (SPring-8 II) will not be discussed, which is a full-scale major lattice modification, while the method we used in optimizing the nonlinear optics can also be adopted to the SPring-8 II*.
* Y. Shimosaki et al., "Design Study of Nonlinear Optics for a Very Low-emittance Lattice of the SPring-8 II," these proceedings.
TUPPC014 Design Study of Nonlinear Optics for a Very Low-emittance Lattice of the SPring-8 II 1185
  • Y. Shimosaki, K.K. Kaneki, T. Nakamura, H. Ohkuma, J. Schimizu, K. Soutome, M. Takao
    JASRI/SPring-8, Hyogo-ken, Japan
  A feasibility of a very low-emittance storage ring has been studied for an upgrade project, SPring-8 II. Its ultimate goal is to provide a superior brilliance for 0.5 ~ 100 keV photons. A sextupole bend lattice with the natural emittance of 70 pmrad at 6 GeV has been examined as the first candidate*. The nonlinear optics has been optimized to enlarge the dynamic aperture by correcting nonlinear resonances based on an isolated resonance Hamiltonian with thick lens approximation, and by non-interleaved sextupole method. A genetic algorithm, which has been examined to improve the performance of the present SPring-8**, will be adopted for detailed optimization of the tunes and sextupole strength to adjust the non-interleaved scheme and to correct higher order resonances. The correction scheme of nonlinear optics and its results will be presented in detail.
*Y. Shimosaki et al., IPAC’11, TUOAB01, p. 942 (2011).
**Y. Shimosaki et al., "Optimization of Lower Emittance Optics for the SPring-8 Storage Ring", these proceedings.
TUPPC016 Progress of Emittance Coupling Correction at the SPring-8 Storage Ring 1191
  • M. Takao, M. Masaki, Y. Shimosaki, K. Soutome, S. Takano, C. Zhang
    JASRI/SPring-8, Hyogo-ken, Japan
  The vertical beam spread, or the emittance coupling, is one of the most important parameters for the high brilliance light source storage ring. By the precise alignment of the magnets and the proper COD correction, at the commissioning phase of the SPring-8 storage ring we succeeded in achieving the very small coupling ~0.2 % without correction. However, the coupling had grown large with the years, so recently we have corrected it and recovered the initial performance. The scheme of the coupling correction at the SPring-8 storage ring is the global one, which is based on the perturbation theory with single resonance approximation. In the beginning of the correction the coupling was corrected by means of minimizing the vertical beam size. Then the performance of the coupling correction has been further improved by changing the scheme to minimizing the betatron coupling mode in the vertical oscillation of the horizontally kicked beam. This result implies that the higher order coupling contributes to the emittance coupling, which can be corrected by the higher skew multi-pole magnet. The present status of the coupling correction at the SPring-8 storage ring will be reported.  
TUPPC015 Local Modification of Lattice of a Long Straight Section for Installing Small Gap In-vacuum Undulators at SPring-8 1188
  • K. Soutome, T. Fujita, K. Fukami, K.K. Kaneki, C. Mitsuda, H. Ohkuma, M. Oishi, Y. Okayasu, S. Sasaki, J. Schimizu, Y. Shimosaki, M. Shoji, M. Takao, Y. Taniuchi, C. Zhang
    JASRI/SPring-8, Hyogo-ken, Japan
  • M. Hasegawa, K. Kajimoto, T. Nakanishi
    SES, Hyogo-pref., Japan
  In the SPring-8 storage ring there are four magnet-free long straight sections (LSS) of about 30m. Recently we locally modified one of these sections by installing two quadrupole-triplets and divided it into three sub-sections. The vertical beta at the middle of each sub-section was lowered to 2.5m so that small gap in-vacuum undulators with a short period (min. gap: 5.2mm, period: 19mm) can be installed to build a high performance beamline for inelastic X-ray scattering. After modifying the lattice, however, the symmetry of the ring is lowered and, in general, it becomes difficult to keep sufficient dynamic aperture (DA) and momentum acceptance (MA). We solved this problem by combining the betatron phase matching, local chromaticity correction in LSS and cancellation of non-linear kicks due to sextupoles used for this correction. We could then recover DA and MA to almost the same level for the original one. The beam commissioning of the new lattice has successfully been finished, and from September 2011 it is used in user-operation. We will report our method of realizing a storage ring lattice having a very low symmetry and review the operation performance of the modified lattice.