Author: Nilsson, R.
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MOPC051 The 100 MHz RF System for the MAX IV Storage Rings 193
  • Å. Andersson, E. Elafifi, M. Eriksson, D. Kumbaro, P. Lilja, L. Malmgren, R. Nilsson, H. Svensson, P.F. Tavares
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
  • J.H. Hottenbacher
    RI Research Instruments GmbH, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany
  • A. Milan
    CELLS-ALBA Synchrotron, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain
  • A. Salom
    ELETTRA, Basovizza, Italy
  The construction of the MAX IV facility has started and user operation is scheduled to commence 2015. The facility is comprised of two storage rings optimized for different wavelength ranges, and a linac-based short pulse facility. In this paper the RF systems for the two storage rings are described. The RF systems will be based on either tetrode or solid state amplifiers working at 100 MHz. Circulators will be used to give isolation between cavity and power amplifier. The main cavities are of normal conducting, entire copper, capacity loaded type, where the present cavities at MAX-lab has served as prototypes. For the MAX IV ring operation it is essential to elongate bunches, in order to minimize the influence of intra beam scattering on beam transverse emittances. For this, 3rd harmonic passive (Landau-) cavities are employed. These are of similar type as the main cavities, mainly because the capacity loaded type has the advantage of pushing higher order modes to relatively high frequencies compared to pill-box cavities. Digital low level RF systems will be used, bearing in mind the possibility of post mortem analysis.  
MOPO010 Orbit Feedback System for the MAX IV 3 GeV Storage Ring 499
  • M. Sjöström, J. Ahlbäck, M.A.G. Johansson, S.C. Leemann, R. Nilsson
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
  The paper describes the current orbit correction system design for the 3 GeV storage ring at the MAX IV laboratory, a light source facility under construction in Lund, Sweden. The orbit stability requirements for the 3 GeV storage ring are tight at roughly 200 nm vertical position stability in the insertion device (ID) straight sections. To meet this the ring will be equipped with 200 beam position monitors (BPMs) and 380 dipole corrector magnets, 200 in the horizontal and 180 in the vertical plane. The feedback loop solution, one slow orbit feedback (SOFB) loop and one fast orbit feedback (FOFB) loop in fast acquisition mode at 10,000 samples/second, will be presented. The paper will also discuss the various boundary conditions specific to the MAX IV 3 GeV storage ring design, such as a Cu vacuum chamber, and the impact on the corrector design.  
THPC058 The MAX IV Synchrotron Light Source 3026
  • M. Eriksson, J. Ahlbäck, Å. Andersson, M.A.G. Johansson, D. Kumbaro, S.C. Leemann, F. Lindau, L.-J. Lindgren, L. Malmgren, J.H. Modéer, R. Nilsson, M. Sjöström, J. Tagger, P.F. Tavares, S. Thorin, E.J. Wallén, S. Werin
    MAX-lab, Lund, Sweden
  • B. Anderberg
    AMACC, Uppsala, Sweden
  • L.O. Dallin
    CLS, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  The MAX IV synchrotron radiation facility is currently being constructed in Lund, Sweden. It consists of a 3 GeV linac injector and 2 storage rings operated at 1.5 and 3 GeV respectively. The linac injector will also be used for the generation of short X-ray pulses. The three machines mentioned above will be descibed with some emphasis on the effort to create a very small emittance in the 3 GeV ring. Some unconventional technical solutions will also be presented.