Monday, February 14, 2005
Following national and international consultation, the design objectives for the Australian Synchrotron are:
- energy of 3 GeV to provide high performance in the x-ray energy range 100 eV to approximately 65 keV
- competitive with other third-generation compact facilities under construction
- adequate beamlines and experimental stations to satisfy 95% of the research requirements of an expected Australian user community of 1,200 researchers
- internationally competitive performance for essentially all Australian industry requirements.
A key measure of the performance of the machine is provided by either the brightness curves for undulators or flux curves for wigglers. The brightness for a 22 mm in-vacuum undulator is presented at this link - http://www.synchrotron.vic.gov.au/content.asp?Document_ID=1134