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The MIT-Bates South Hall Ring

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12 Author(s)
Flanz, J.B. ; MIT-Bates Linear Accel. Center, Middleton, MA, USA ; Jacobs, K.D. ; Biron, R.D. ; Ihloff, E.
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The MIT-Bates Linear Accelerator Center is in the process of constructing an electron storage ring. The 190-m ring will be used for internal target experiments with stored beams. It will also be used as a pulse stretcher to provide external beams with high duty factors. The present design incorporates a low beta region with a βx of 1 m and a 4.5 m-space between ring quadrupoles at the internal target location. The ring will contain up to 80 mA using two turn injection. Extraction using a one-half integer resonance will produce up to 50 μA with a duty factor over 80%. Injection will occur at 1 kHz. Design extracted beam properties include an energy spread of 0.04% and an emittance as low as 0.01 π mm-mr

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Particle Accelerator Conference, 1989. Accelerator Science and Technology., Proceedings of the 1989 IEEE

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20-23 Mar 1989