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Title Beam Dynamics Design of the CLARA FEL Test Accelerator
Abstract CLARA (Compact Linear Advanced Research Accelerator) is a proposed FEL test facility at Daresbury Laboratory in the UK. This is proposed to be a 250 MeV normal-conducting linac capable of producing short, high brightness electron bunches which can be synchronised with an external source. CLARA will build upon the EBTF photoinjector under construction at Daresbury, utilising the S-band RF electron gun. Bunch compression will be achieved via two methods: a variable magnetic chicane with fourth harmonic cavity, or velocity bunching in the low energy regime. CLARA will be capable of providing beams for various novel FEL schemes.
Organisation ASTeC , ASTeC-AP , CI , STFC
Keywords Physics , CLARA , FEL
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Paper In Conference Proceedings In 34th International Free Electron Laser Conference (FEL2012), Nara, Japan, 26-31 Aug 2012, (2012). WEPD13.pdf 2012