25 February 1993 First photon-shutter development for APS insertion device beamline front ends
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Proceedings Volume 1739, High Heat Flux Engineering; (1993); doi: 10.1117/12.140525
Event: San Diego '92, 1992, San Diego, CA, United States
Abstract
One of the most critical components on the Advanced Photon Source (APS) insertion device (ID) beamline front ends is the first photon shutter. It operates in two modes to fully intercept the high total power and high-heat-flux ID photon beam in seconds (normal mode) or in less than 100 ms (emergency fast mode). It is designed to operate in ultra high vacuum (UHV). The design incorporates a multi-channel rectangular bar, bent in a `hockey stick' configuration, with two-point suspension. The flanged end is an articulated bellows with rolling hinges. The actuation end is a spring-assisted, pneumatic fail-safe flexural pivot type. The coolant (water) channels incorporate brazed copper foam to enhance the heat transfer, a tube technology particular to the APS. The design development, and material aspects, as well as the extensive thermal and vibrational analyses in support of the design, are presented in this paper.
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Deming Shu, H. L. Thomas Nian, Zhibi Wang, Jeffrey T. Collins, David G. Ryding, Tuncer M. Kuzay, "First photon-shutter development for APS insertion device beamline front ends", Proc. SPIE 1739, High Heat Flux Engineering, (25 February 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.140525; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.140525
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