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Lattice optimization of the Novosibirsk fourth-generation light source SKIF

@inproceedings{Baranov2021LatticeOO,
  title={Lattice optimization of the Novosibirsk fourth-generation light source SKIF},
  author={G. Baranov and A. Bogomyagkov and Eugene B. Levichev and Sergey Sinyatkin},
  year={2021}
}
We discuss the choice of the magnetic lattice and parameter optimization of the fourth generation light source SKIF (Russian acronym for Siberian Circular Photon Source) under construction in Novosibirsk. The study compares several basic lattice cells to procure one with low emittance and large dynamic aperture. The result is a developed lattice of SKIF with 72 pm natural emittance (at zero beam current and absent betatron coupling) at 3 GeV beam energy and 476 m circumference. Only two… 

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