Author: Gholampour, A.
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MOPEA026 X-ray Powder Diffraction Beamline for the Iranian Light Source Facility 130
  • H. Khosroabadi, S. Amiri, H. Ghasem, A. Gholampour
    ILSF, Tehran, Iran
  • H. Ghasem
    IPM, Tehran, Iran
  Iranian Light Source Facility (ILSF) project has been initiated since 2010 in order to design and construction of a synchrotron facility in Iran. In parallel with the machine’s activities, scientific committee, users community and beamline technical group are working on different aspects of the scientific and beamline design issues for the operating phase after construction*. X-ray powder diffraction beamline is one of the most priorities in ILSF due to wide range of applications and big potential user community in Iran. Conceptual design report of this beamline operating in other worldwide synchrotrons have been studied and compared in details. The light source and schematic design of the beamline has been prepared in this study. Then, the parameters have been calculated and have been optimized by employing computational software such as XOP and SHADOW**. The optical properties of the optical elements such as reflectivity, absorbance, Bragg diffraction, rocking curve, aberration, etc have been studied at this design, and the results have been compared with the other published results. The outcome and final results of this design progress will be discussed in details.
* Conceptual Design Report (2011, summer), ILSF,
TUOAB202 ILSF, A Third Generation Light Source Laboratory in Iran 1137
  • J. Rahighi, M.R. Khabazi
    IPM, Tehran, Iran
  • E. Ahmadi, H. Ajam, M. Akbari, S. Amiri, A. Babaei, J. Dehghani, R. Eghbali, J. Etemad Moghadam, S. Fatehi, M. Fereidani, H. Ghasem, A. Gholampour, A. Iraji, M. Jafarzadeh, B. Kamkari, S. Kashani, P. Khodadoost, H. Khosroabadi, M. Moradi, H. Oveisi, S. Pirani, M. Rahimi, M. Razazian, A. Sadeghipanah, F. Saeidi, R. Safian, E. Salimi, Kh.S. Sarhadi, O. Seify, M.Sh. Shafiee, A. Shahveh, A. Shahverdi, D. Shirangi, E.H. Yousefi
    ILSF, Tehran, Iran
  • D. Einfeld
    CELLS-ALBA Synchrotron, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain
  The Iranian Light Source Facility (ILSF) project is a first large scale accelerator facility which is currently under planning in Iran. The circumference of the storage ring is 297.6 m with the energy of 3 GeV. The facility will be built on a land of 100 hectares area in the city of Qazvin, located 150 km West of Tehran. The city is surrounded by many universities, research centers and industrial companies. The design and construction of prototype items such as radio frequency solid state amplifier, dipole magnets, highly stable magnet power supplies and girders have already begun. A low field H-type dipole magnet with the central field of 0.5T at the gap of 34mm and length of 500mm was built and tested in site. Also a prototype storage ring quadrupole with a 18 T/m gradient and 233 iron length is in now in fabrication process. Site selection studies, including geotechnical and seismological measurements are being performed. Conceptual Design Report, CDR, as the first milestone of the project has been published on October 2012.  
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