Beam Optics for the CEBAF FEL Proposal

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Beam from the 45 MeV CEBAF injector linac can be used to drive a high-power infrared (IR) free electron laser (FEL), while the 400 MeV north linac beam can drive an ultraviolet (UV) FEL. The FELs require separation of high-intensity FEL driver bunches from the CEBAF nuclear physics beams into transport sections containing wigglers within optical cavities with appropriate matching. The FEL systems must fit within the CEBAF accelerator tunnel. Optical solutions for both the IR and UV FEL beam transports are described and discussed.

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Bisognano, Joseph; Douglas, David & Neuffer, David August 1, 1992.

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Beam from the 45 MeV CEBAF injector linac can be used to drive a high-power infrared (IR) free electron laser (FEL), while the 400 MeV north linac beam can drive an ultraviolet (UV) FEL. The FELs require separation of high-intensity FEL driver bunches from the CEBAF nuclear physics beams into transport sections containing wigglers within optical cavities with appropriate matching. The FEL systems must fit within the CEBAF accelerator tunnel. Optical solutions for both the IR and UV FEL beam transports are described and discussed.

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  • Poster compiled for 16th international LINAC conference, Ottawa (Canada), 23-28 Aug 1992

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  • Report No.: CEBAF-PR-92-27
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Bisognano, Joseph; Douglas, David & Neuffer, David. Beam Optics for the CEBAF FEL Proposal, article, August 1, 1992; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc927181/: accessed December 14, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.