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Numerical study of coulomb scattering effects on electron beam from a nano-tip
By: Qiang, J.; Adelmann, A.; Zolotorev, M.; Zholents, A.; Wan, W.; Padmore, H.A.; Lidia, S.; Corlett, J.;
2007 / IEEE / 978-1-4244-0916-7
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' Numerical study of coulomb scattering effects on electron beam from a nano-tip ' The triple bend achromat cell of the ALS has been shown to be very flexible and compact. It has been operated in a low emittance mode and a low momentum compaction mode. In fact the lattice can be operated in a large range of different stable modes. Until recently most of these recently discovered modes had not been explored or even known about. Many of these modes have potentially attractive features as compared with the present operational mode. In this paper we take a step back and look at the general stability limits of the lattice. We employ a technique we call GLASS that allows us to rapidly scan and find all possible stable modes and then characterize their associated properties. In this paper we illustrate how the GLASS technique gives a global and comprehensive vision of the capabilities of the lattice.
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