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29 November 1993 Optimization and comparison of multipole wiggler and bending magnet sources of synchrotron radiation for x-ray experiments
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The useful flux received in an experiment will depend both on the characteristics of the source and on the characteristics of the experiment. It is therefore necessary when optimizing the design of a synchrotron radiation source to take full account of the experimental requirements and not simply to optimize the integrated flux or brilliance. A method of optimization used for multipole wigglers and bending magnets is described, and applied to a proposed 3 GeV source at Daresbury, DIAMOND, and the proposed 2.1 GeV Swiss Light Source, SLS.
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Gert E. van Dorssen, Howard A. Padmore, and W. Joho "Optimization and comparison of multipole wiggler and bending magnet sources of synchrotron radiation for x-ray experiments", Proc. SPIE 2013, Electron-Beam Sources of High-Brightness Radiation, (29 November 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.164791
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