ERL upgrade of an existing X-ray facility : CHESS at CESR ∗

@inproceedings{Hoffstaetter2004ERLUO,
  title={ERL upgrade of an existing X-ray facility : CHESS at CESR ∗},
  author={Georg. Hoffstaetter and Ivan V. Bazarov and Donald H. Bilderback and Michael Billing and S. M. Gruner and Matthias U. Liepe and David Sagan and Charles K. Sinclair and K. Smolenski and Richard Talman and Maury Tigner},
  year={2004}
}
ERL-05-08 Cornell University has proposed an Energy-Recovery Linac (ERL) based synchrotron-light facility which uses 5GeV, 100mA electron beams to provide greatly improved X-ray beams due to the high electron-beam quality that is available from a linac. A short bunch mode with a bunch duration of 100fs is also planned. Particle optical aspects of this design are described here. THE CORNELL X-RAY ERL PROJECT Cornell University has proposed an Energy-Recovery Linac (ERL) based synchrotron-light… CONTINUE READING

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