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22 November 1996 Practical aspects of undulator radiation properties
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It is important to be able to accurately predict the spectral and angular distribution of undulator radiation properties when designing beamlines at new synchrotron radiation facilities or when performing radiation experiments at already existing beamlines. In practice, the particle beam emittance and beam energy spread must be taken into account in modeling these properties. The undulators fabricated today are made with small RMS phase errors, making them perform almost as ideal devices. Calculation tools for numerical modeling of undulator radiation sources (ideal and nonideal) will be discussed, and the excellent agreement with experimentally obtained absolute spectral flux measurements of undulator A at the Advanced Photon Source verifies the high accuracy of the computer codes and the high quality of the undulators being built today. Our focus here is on flux properties useful in practical beamline designs, and the chosen examples demonstrate the versatility of computer programs available to beamline designers and experimentalists.
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Peter P. Ilinski, Roger J. Dejus, Efim S. Gluskin, and Timothy I. Morrison "Practical aspects of undulator radiation properties", Proc. SPIE 2856, Optics for High-Brightness Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines II, (22 November 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.259881
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