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CORNELL LABORATORY FOR ACCELERATOR-BASED SCIENCES AND EDUCATION — CLASSE

Energy Recovery Linac (ERL) light source

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An ERL would deliver coherent, high-repetition rate, hard x-rays, opening a wealth of new opportunities for x-ray based science.

Science with an ERL

PDF - 2.3 MB (Rev. June 13, 2013)

Cornell ERL: Project Definition Design Report (PDDR)

PDF - full document, 134 MB (Rev. June 13, 2013)

Title Page, Acknowledgments, and Disclaimer (1.9 MB)

Table of Contents (0.09 MB)

Chapter 1 General Introduction (13.2 MB) p.11
1.1 Foreword, 1.2 Examples of ERL science, 1.3 ERL Overview, 1.4 Timeline, 1.5 Historical NSF, New York State, and Cornell Context, 1.6 Scope of this Project Design Definition Report

Chapter 2 Accelerator (76.9 MB) p.47
2.1 Accelerator Physics (14 MB), 2.2 Vacuum (14.7 MB), 2.3 Injector (14 MB), 2.4 Linac (23.3 MB), 2.5 RF Systems (0.88 MB), 2.6 Electron transport lines (5.2 MB), 2.7 Insertion devices (2.9 MB), 2.8 Beam Stops (0.56 MB), 2.9 Start-up Procedures (0.2 MB), 2.10 Beam Diagnostics and Control (2.8 MB), 2.11 Control system integration (0.24 MB), 2.12 Machine Protection (0.34 MB), 2.13 IT utilities (0.11 MB), 2.14 System availability (0.14 MB)

Chapter 3 X-ray Beam Lines (4.3 MB) p.395
3.1 Introduction, 3.2 Novel insertion device operation modes, 3.3 X-ray beamline standard components, 3.4 Flexible high spectral brightness beamline for diffractive imaging and dynamics, 3.5 Nanobeam small- and wide-angle scattering beamline, 3.6 Short pulse beamline, 3.7 High resolution inelastic x-ray scattering beamline, 3.8 Nanofocus beam line

Chapter 4 Conventional Facilities (37.5 MB) p.457
4.1 Introduction to conventional facilities, 4.2 Geographic Layout, 4.3 Conventional construction, 4.4 Utilities, 4.5 Cryogenic System, 4.6 Safety