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Paper   IPM / Particles And Accelerator / 11265
School of Particles and Accelerator
  Title:   Booster design for the ILSF
1.  Hossein Ghasem
2.  D Einfeld
3.  F Saeidi
4.  E Ahmadi
  Status:   In Proceedings
  Proceeding: the Second International Particle Accelerator Conference, 4-9 September, Spain, (2011), p. 2060-2962
  Year:  2011
  Supported by:  IPM
A full energy 3 GeV booster synchrotron has been designed to boost electron beam to the target energy of 3 GeV for the proposed third generation synchrotron light source (ILSF) that will be constructed in Iran. The primary goal of the ILSF booster is to design a synchrotron which can deliver a small emittance (ε<30 nm-rad), while at the same time has a low cost in construction. In order to design lattice for the booster, two configurations for booster have been considered. In the first configuration, booster is designed based on locating in a sepa-rate tunnel as 3 GeV storage ring inside the ring and in the second configuration, the booster is optimized for placing inner to the ring with one shared wall as service area of ILSF storage ring. Several types of lattice with various circumferences have been explored for the booster synchrotron in each configuration and this paper presents results of linear and nonlinear opti-mization of the main designed lattice for booster in both configurations.

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