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Project of the compact superconducting storage ring Siberia-SM

Abstract

In the last decade researches dealing with the creation of technology for X-ray lithography and for appropriate production equipment have been performed in many countries. The basic aim of these works is to provide a mass production of inexpensive devices with submicron structures (0.7-0.1 {mu}m). Bringing X-ray lithographic technology into commercial practice necessitates to design and build a dedicated SR source for the electronic industry. The use of superconducting bending magnets with 40-70 kG field strength enables the storage ring circumference to be reduced by a factor of 2-5 and the injection energy by a factor of 3-4 as compared to the conventional designs of storage rings. In the present paper we consider a storage ring which was designed for a maximum energy of 600 MeV, with 60 kG field strength in its bending magnets and 10 m circumference. The critical SR wavelength is 8.6 A. The electrons are injected into the storage ring at 50-60 MeV and the maximum stored current is assumed to be equal to 0.3 A. (orig.).
Publication Date:
Oct 10, 1989
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
CONF-8808278-
Reference Number:
NLN-89-005071; EDB-90-003369
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors, and Associated Equipment; (Netherlands); Journal Volume: 282:2/3; Conference: 8. international conference on synchrotron radiation utilization (SR-8), Novosibirsk (USSR), 18-22 Aug 1988
Subject:
43 PARTICLE ACCELERATORS; STORAGE RINGS; BEAM TRANSPORT; SYNCHROTRON RADIATION SOURCES; BEAM BENDING MAGNETS; BEAM BUNCHING; BEAM EMITTANCE; BEAM EXTRACTION; BEAM FOCUSING MAGNETS; ELECTRON BEAM INJECTION; ELECTRON BEAMS; HEXAPOLES; KEV RANGE 10-100; MAGNETIC DIPOLES; MAGNETIC FIELDS; MEV RANGE 100-1000; MILLI AMP BEAM CURRENTS; PHOTON BEAMS; QUADRUPOLES; SOFT X RADIATION; SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETS; X-RAY SOURCES; BEAM CURRENTS; BEAM DYNAMICS; BEAM INJECTION; BEAMS; CURRENTS; DIPOLES; ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT; ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION; ELECTROMAGNETS; ENERGY RANGE; EQUIPMENT; IONIZING RADIATIONS; KEV RANGE; LEPTON BEAMS; MAGNETS; MEV RANGE; MULTIPOLES; PARTICLE BEAMS; RADIATION SOURCES; RADIATIONS; SUPERCONDUCTING DEVICES; X RADIATION; X-RAY EQUIPMENT; 430400* - Particle Accelerators- Storage Rings
OSTI ID:
5445660
Country of Origin:
Netherlands
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0168-9002; CODEN: NIMAE
Submitting Site:
NLN
Size:
Pages: 386-389
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Anashin, V V, Arbuzov, V S, Blinov, G A, Veshcherevich, V G, Vobly, P D, Gorniker, E I, Zinevich, N I, Zinin, E I, Zubkov, N I, Kiselev, V A, Kollerov, E P, Kulipanov, G N, Matveev, Yu G, Medvedko, A S, Mezentsev, N A, Morgunov, L G, Petrov, V M, Petrov, S P, Repkov, V V, Roenko, V A, Skrinsky, A N, Sukhanov, S V, Tokarev, Yu I, and Trakhtenberg, E M. Project of the compact superconducting storage ring Siberia-SM. Netherlands: N. p., 1989. Web.
Anashin, V V, Arbuzov, V S, Blinov, G A, Veshcherevich, V G, Vobly, P D, Gorniker, E I, Zinevich, N I, Zinin, E I, Zubkov, N I, Kiselev, V A, Kollerov, E P, Kulipanov, G N, Matveev, Yu G, Medvedko, A S, Mezentsev, N A, Morgunov, L G, Petrov, V M, Petrov, S P, Repkov, V V, Roenko, V A, Skrinsky, A N, Sukhanov, S V, Tokarev, Yu I, & Trakhtenberg, E M. Project of the compact superconducting storage ring Siberia-SM. Netherlands.
Anashin, V V, Arbuzov, V S, Blinov, G A, Veshcherevich, V G, Vobly, P D, Gorniker, E I, Zinevich, N I, Zinin, E I, Zubkov, N I, Kiselev, V A, Kollerov, E P, Kulipanov, G N, Matveev, Yu G, Medvedko, A S, Mezentsev, N A, Morgunov, L G, Petrov, V M, Petrov, S P, Repkov, V V, Roenko, V A, Skrinsky, A N, Sukhanov, S V, Tokarev, Yu I, and Trakhtenberg, E M. 1989. "Project of the compact superconducting storage ring Siberia-SM." Netherlands.
@misc{etde_5445660,
title = {Project of the compact superconducting storage ring Siberia-SM}
author = {Anashin, V V, Arbuzov, V S, Blinov, G A, Veshcherevich, V G, Vobly, P D, Gorniker, E I, Zinevich, N I, Zinin, E I, Zubkov, N I, Kiselev, V A, Kollerov, E P, Kulipanov, G N, Matveev, Yu G, Medvedko, A S, Mezentsev, N A, Morgunov, L G, Petrov, V M, Petrov, S P, Repkov, V V, Roenko, V A, Skrinsky, A N, Sukhanov, S V, Tokarev, Yu I, and Trakhtenberg, E M}
abstractNote = {In the last decade researches dealing with the creation of technology for X-ray lithography and for appropriate production equipment have been performed in many countries. The basic aim of these works is to provide a mass production of inexpensive devices with submicron structures (0.7-0.1 {mu}m). Bringing X-ray lithographic technology into commercial practice necessitates to design and build a dedicated SR source for the electronic industry. The use of superconducting bending magnets with 40-70 kG field strength enables the storage ring circumference to be reduced by a factor of 2-5 and the injection energy by a factor of 3-4 as compared to the conventional designs of storage rings. In the present paper we consider a storage ring which was designed for a maximum energy of 600 MeV, with 60 kG field strength in its bending magnets and 10 m circumference. The critical SR wavelength is 8.6 A. The electrons are injected into the storage ring at 50-60 MeV and the maximum stored current is assumed to be equal to 0.3 A. (orig.).}
journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors, and Associated Equipment; (Netherlands)}
volume = {282:2/3}
place = {Netherlands}
year = {1989}
month = {Oct}
}