Duke FEL storage ring light sources and applications
In this paper we present the status of the Duke UV FEL (Free Electron Laser) storage ring, ring based light sources, and a related multi-disciplinary application program. Using the OK-4 optical klystron system, we have demonstrated tunable spontaneous radiation from the near Infrared (IR) to UV, coherent laser radiation from 345 to 413 nm, and Compton back-scattered linearly polarized γ-ray radiation from 3 to 16 MeV. We report the progress made in developing new light source capabilities. We also report user interface development for a pilot application program organized to utilize various ring driven sources. We discuss future upgrades and additions to the ring based sources. © 1998 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
Wu, Y; Litvinenko, VN; Pinayev, IV; Park, SH; Burnham, B
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