Author: Chou, P.J.
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TUPS073 Top-Up Safety Simulations for the TPS Storage Ring 1707
  • H.-J. Tsai, C.C. Chiang, P.J. Chou, C.-C. Kuo
    NSRRC, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  TPS is a 3 GeV third generation light source and operates in the top-up injection scheme. During the top-up injection, the beamline photon shutters are always open. To ensure the radiation safety of beamline experiments, we studied the possible particle leakage to ID and neighboring bending beamlines. The effects of errors on magnets and beam chamber alignments are investigated.  
THPC064 Design Study of Low Emittance Lattice for Taiwan Light Source at 1 GeV 3041
  • C.Y. Lee
    NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  • C.C. Chiang, P.J. Chou
    NSRRC, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  • S.-Y. Lee
    IUCEEM, Bloomington, Indiana, USA
  We explored the possibility that the existing TLS storage ring to be operated at 1 GeV as a high brightness VUV light source after the completion of 3 GeV Taiwan Photon Source. To increase the spectral brightness, we need to reduce the beam emittance in the storage ring as much as possible. We first pursue the lowest emittance which is possible without altering the existing hardware configuration. The theoretical minimum emittance that could be achieved at 1 GeV for non-achromatic lattice is 3.8 nm-rad. However, this could not be achieved without introducing harmonic sextupoles. Preliminary results of low emittance lattice without harmonic sextupoles in TLS storage ring will be presented.  
THPC096 Soft X-ray Free-electron Laser with a 10-time Reduced Size 3113
  • Y.-C. Huang, F.H. Chao, C.H. Chen, K.Y. Huang
    NTHU, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  • P.J. Chou
    NSRRC, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  Funding: This work is supported by National Science Council under Contract NSC 99-2112-M-007 -013 -MY3.
We present a 30-m long soft x-ray FEL consisting of a 5-MeV photoinjector, a 150 MeV linac, a magnetic chicane compressor, and a 3-m long undulator. We employ both the 3rd and the 4th harmoincs of a Nd laser at 355 and 266 nm, respectively, to illuminate the cathode of the photoinjector. Owing to the beating of the two lasers, the emitted electron beam is modulated at 282 THz. The electrons are further accelerated to 150 MeV and, after acceleration, compressed by 33 times in a magnetic chicane. The temporal compression of the electron macropulse increases the electron bunching frequency to 9.3 PHz, corresponding to a soft x-ray wavelength of 32.2 nm. We adopt a solenoid-derived staggered array undulator* with a 3-m length, 5 mm undulator period, and 1.2 mm gap. With a solenoid field of 10 kG, we estimate an undulator parameter of 0.4 and a corresponding radiation wavelength of 32.2 nm for a 150 MeV driving beam. With 3.3-kA peak current, 0.03% energy spread, 2 mm-mrad emittance, and 80-micron beam radius at the undulator entrance, the GENESIS code predicts 0.2 GW radiation power from the 3-m long undulator for an initial bunching factor of merely 10 ppm.
* Y.C. Huang, H.C. Wang, R.H. Pantell, and J. Feinstein, "A staggered-array wiggler for far infrared, free-electron laser operation," IEEE J. Quantum Electronics 30 (1994) 1289.