|THA1WC01||Compact Arc Compressor for FEL-Driven Compton Light Source and ERL-Driven UV FEL||183|
Many research and applications areas require photon sources capable of producing extreme ultra-violet (EUV) to gamma-ray beams with reasonably high fluxes and compact footprints. We explore the feasibility of a compact energy-recovery linac EUV free electron laser (FEL)*, and of a multi-MeV gamma-rays source based on inverse Compton scattering from a high intensity UV FEL emitted by the electron beam itself. In the latter scenario, the same electron beam is used to produce gamma-rays in the 10-20 MeV range and UV radiation in the 1015 eV range, in a ~4x22 m2 footprint system.**
* J.Akkermans, S.Di Mitri, D.Douglas, I.Setija, PRAB 20, 080705 (2017).
** M. Placidi, S. Di Mitri,⁎, C. Pellegrini, G. Penn, NIM A 855 (2017) 55-60.
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|DOI •||reference for this paper ※ https://doi.org/10.18429/JACoW-FLS2018-THA1WC01|
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