29 November 1993 New insertion device developments at HASYLAB
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At HASYLAB the DORIS III project is almost finished. Recently a decision has been made to use DORIS III as a dedicated synchrotron radiation source in the future. So many conflicts between the operational requirements between synchrotron radiation and high energy physics no longer exist. In the moment nine insertion devices with a total length of 28.3 m are routinely operated in DORIS III. Two new insertion device developments for DORIS III are underway. An asymmetric hybrid structure (ASYH) which can be operated in exchange with anyone of the X-ray wigglers will be available by the end of 1993. For place #5, a 4 m long straight section which is presently still free, a hard X-ray wiggler using a 2 T hybrid structure is in the design phase. It is planned to install this device in the second half of 1994. An exciting new opportunity in the decision to use PETRA, a 12 GeV electron storage ring for synchrotron radiation experiments. An undulator beamline is under construction now.
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Joachim Pflueger, Joachim Pflueger, "New insertion device developments at HASYLAB", Proc. SPIE 2013, Electron-Beam Sources of High-Brightness Radiation, (29 November 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.164788; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.164788


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