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SLAC Report: SLAC-R-121
SLAC Release Date: June 19, 1998
The Physics of Electron Storage Rings: An Introduction
Sands, Matthew.
When I was writing SLAC Report 121, I was making the implicit assumption that the curved parts of the design orbit would always bend in the same direction. The RLA design shows that such an assumption was short-sighted. I have, therefore, reviewed SLAC-121 to see which equations may need to be changed when the design orbit has parts with a reverse curvature. Fortunately, very few changes are required. In this note, I report the adjustments that should be made in SLAC-121 so that the results will... Show Full Abstract
When I was writing SLAC Report 121, I was making the implicit assumption that the curved parts of the design orbit would always bend in the same direction. The RLA design shows that such an assumption was short-sighted. I have, therefore, reviewed SLAC-121 to see which equations may need to be changed when the design orbit has parts with a reverse curvature. Fortunately, very few changes are required. In this note, I report the adjustments that should be made in SLAC-121 so that the results will be applicable to rings of arbitrary curvature. In addition, I list other miscellaneous corrections - particularly of algebraic signs. Show Partial Abstract
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