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title: Proposed continuous wave energy recovery operation of an x-ray free electron laser
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publisher: Physical Review Special Topics - Accelerators and Beams
year: 2005
17 authors: J. Sekutowicz | S.A. Bogacz | D. Douglas | P. Kneisel | G.P. Williams | M. Ferrario | I. Ben-Zvi | J. Rose | J. Smedley | Srinivasan-Rao, T. | L. Serafini | W.D. Moller | B. .Petersen | D. Proch | S. Simrock | P. Colestock | J.B. Rosenzweig
abstract: Commissioning of two large coherent light facilities (XFELs) at SLAC and DESY should begin in 2008 and 2011, respectively. In this paper we look further into the future, hoping to answer, in a very preliminary way, two questions. First: What will the next generation of XFEL facilities look like? Believing that superconducting technology offers advantages such as high quality beams with highly populated bunches, the possibility of energy recovery and higher overall efficiency than warm technology, we focus this preliminary study on the superconducting option. From this belief the second question arises: What modifications in superconducting technology and in the machine design are needed, as compared to the present DESY XFEL, and what kind of research and development program should be proposed to arrive in the next few years at a technically feasible solution with even higher brilliance and increased overall conversion of ac power to photon beam power? In this paper we will very often refer to and profit from the DESY XFEL design, acknowledging its many technically innovative solutions.
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title: First Observation of Self-Amplified Spontaneous Emission in a Free-Electron Laser at 109 nm Wavelength
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publisher: Physical Review Letters
year: 2000
145 authors: J. Andruszkow | B. Aune | V. Ayvazyan | N. Baboi | R. Bakker | V. Balakin | D. Barni | A. Bazhan | M. Bernard | A. Bosotti | J. C. Bourdon | W. Brefeld | R. Brinkmann | S. Buhler | J. P. Carneiro | M. Castellano | P. Castro | L. Catani | S. Chel | Y. Cho | S. Choroba | E. R. Colby | W. Decking | P. Den Hartog | M. Desmons | M. Dohlus | D. Edwards | H. T. Edwards | B. Faatz | J. Feldhaus | M. Ferrario | M. J. Fitch | K. Floettman | M. Fouaidy | A. Gamp | T. Garvey | C. Gerth | M. Geitz | E. Gluskin | V. Gretchko | U. Hahn | W. H. Hartung | D. Hubert | M. Huening | R. Ischebek | M. Jablonka | J. M. Joly | M. Juillard | T. Junquera | P. Jurkiewicz | A. Kabel | J. Kahl | H. Kaiser | T. Kamps | V. V. Katelev | J. L. Kirchgessner | M. Koerfer | L. Kravchuk | G. Kreps | J. Krzywinski | T. Lokajczyk | R. Lange | B. Leblond | M. Leenen | J. Lesrel | M. Liepe | A. Liero | T. Limberg | R. Lorenz | H. H. Lu | F. H. Lu | C.4 Magne | M. Maslov | G. Materlik | A. Matheisen | J. Menzel | P. Michelato | W. D. Moeller | A. Mosnier | U. C. Mueller | O. Napoly | A. Novokhatski | M. Omeich | H. S. Padamsee | C. Pagani | F. Peters | B. Petersen | P. Pierini | J. Pflueger | P. Piot | B. Phung Ngoc | L. Plucinski | D. Proch | K. Rehlich | Sven Reiche | D. Reschke | I. Reyzl | J.B. Rosenzweig | J. Rossbach | S. Roth | E. L. Saldin | W. Sandner | Z. Sanok | H. Schlarb | G. Schmidt | P. Schmueser | J. R. Schneider | E. A. Schneidmiller | H. J. Schreiber | S. Schreiber | P. Schuett | J. Sekutowicz | L. Serafini | D. Sertore | S. Setzer | S. Simrock | B. Sonntag | B. Sparr | F. Stephan | V. A. Sytchev | S. Tazzari | F. Tazzioli | M. Tigner | M. Timm | M. Tonutti | E. Trakhtenberg | R. Treusch | D. Trines | V. Verzilov | T. Vielitz | V. Vogel | G. v. Walter | R. Wanzenberg | T. Weiland | H. Weise | J. Weisend | M. Wendt | M. Werner | M. M. White | I. Will | S. Wolff | M. V. Yurkov | K. Zapfe | P. Zhogolev | F. Zhou
abstract: We present the first observation of self-amplified spontaneous emission (SASE) in a free-electron laser (FEL) in the vacuum ultraviolet regime at 109 nm wavelength (11 eV). The observed free-electron laser gain (approximately 3000) and the radiation characteristics, such as dependency on bunch charge, angular distribution, spectral width, and intensity fluctuations, are all consistent with the present models for SASE FELs.
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