The MAX IV Detailed Design Report

First Edition, August 2010

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Chapter 1: General Description of the MAX IV Facility
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Performance/Cost Considerations
1.3. Accelerator Layout

Chapter 2: MAX IV 3 GeV Storage Ring
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Linear Lattice
2.3. Nonlinear Optics
2.4. Lattice Errors and Correction
2.5. MAX IV Magnets
2.6. The Radio Frequency System
2.7. Injection
2.8. Vacuum System
2.9. Diagnostics (RF and vacuum not included)
2.10. Beam Lifetime
2.11. Collective Effects

Chapter 3: MAX IV 1.5 GeV Storage Ring
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Linear Lattice
3.3. Nonlinear Optics
3.4. Lattice Errors and Correction
3.5. MAX IV 1.5 GeV Storage Ring Magnets
3.6. The Radio Frequency System
3.7. Injection
3.8. Vacuum System
3.9. Diagnostics (RF and vacuum not included)
3.10. Beam Lifetime

Chapter 4: MAX IV Injector
4.1. General Description and Design Philosophy
4.2. Layout, Design Parameters and Optics
4.3. Beam Dynamics and Simulations
4.4. Electron Gun
4.5. Laser System
4.6. Acceleration
4.7. Magnets
4.8. Diagnostics

Chapter 5: Insertion Devices
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Proposed Beamlines at the MAX IV 3 GeV Storage Ring
5.3. Insertion Devices at the MAX IV 3 GeV Ring
5.4. Influence from the Insertion Devices on the RF-system the Emittance and Energy Spread of the Stored Electron Beam
5.5. The influence on the Brilliance and Angular Spectral Flux from the Number of IDs Installed
5.6. Comparison of Specific Undulators at Different Synchrotron Radiation Storage Rings
5.7. Acknowledgement
5.8. Appendix A: Synchrotron Radiation
5.9. Appendix B: Modes of Operation for Elliptically Polaraising Undulators
5.10. Appendix C: Influence from the Insertion Devices on the Magnetic Optics of the Storage Ring
5.11. Appendix D: Influence from the Insertion Devices on the Emittance and Energy Spread of the Stored Beam
5.12. Appendix E: Beam Loading of the Radio Frequency System from Insertion Devices

Chapter 6: Stability and Tolerances
6.0. Stability and Tolerances (Vibrations, Settlements and Alignment)
6.1. Overall Stability Criteria
6.2. Vibration Conventions
6.3. Vibration Tolerances
6.4. Vibration Measurements
6.5. Vibration Management
6.6. Alignment, Positional Tolerances
6.7. Conclusions
6.8. References

Chapter 7: MAX IV Shielding
7.1. General
7.2. The Linac
7.3. The MAX 3 GeV Ring
7.4. The Short Pulse Facility
7.5. Environmental
Appendix A: Source Models
Appendix B: Material Attenuation Lengths
Appendix C: Electron Losses
Appendix D: The Linac
Appendix E: The The Short Pulse Facility

Chapter 8: Commissioning
8.1. Sub-System Commissioning Policy
8.2. Time Plan
8.3. Organization
8.4. 3.0 GeV Storage Ring Commissioning
8.5. 1.5 GeV Storage Ring Commissioning
8.6. Injector Commissioning

Chapter 9: Control System
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Design
9.3. Hardware
9.4. Connectivity
9.5. Software

Chapter 10: Short Pulse Facility
10.1. Overview and Layout

Chapter 11: The Linac Test Beam (LTB)


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