Top-up operation at Pohang Light Source-II
- Top-up operation at Pohang Light Source-II
- Hwang, I; HUANG, JUNG YUN; Kim, M; Lee, BJ; Kim, C; Choi, JY; Kim, MH; Lee, HS; Moon, D; Lee, EH; Kim, DE; Nam, SH; Shin, S; Cho, M
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- After three years of upgrading work, PLS-II (S. Shin, Commissioning of the PLS-II, JINST, January 2013) is now successfully operating. The top-up operation of the 3 GeV linear accelerator had to be delayed because of some challenges encountered, and PLS-II was run in decay mode at the beginning in March 2012. The main difficulties encountered in the top-up operation of PLS-II are different levels between the linear accelerator and the storage ring, the 14 narrow gap in-vacuum undulators in operation, and the full energy injection by 3 GeV linear accelerator. Large vertical emittance and energy jitter of the linac were the major obstacles that called for careful control of injected beam to reduce beam loss in the storage ring during injection. The following measures were taken to resolve these problems: (1) The high resolution Libera BPM (see http://www.i-tech.si) was implemented to measure the beam trajectory and energy. (2) Three slit systems were installed to filter the beam edge. (3) De-Qing circuit was applied to the modulator system to improve the energy stability of injected beam. As a result, the radiation by beam loss during injection is reduced drastically, and the top-up mode has been successfully operating since 19th March 2013. In this paper, we describe the experimental results of the PLS-II top-up operation and the improvement plan. (C) 2014 AIP Publishing LLC.
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- REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, vol. 85, no. 5, page. 55113 - 55113-10, 2014-05
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