Beta Function Measurement in the SOLARIS Storage Ring release_apjg3rvqivbivhcuum4iggbzwa

by Arkadiusz Kisiel, Magdalena Jaglarz, Maciej Kopeć, Szymon Piela, Marek Stankiewicz, Adriana Wawrzyniak, Volker RW Schaa, Arduini, Gianluigi (Ed.), Pranke, Juliana (Ed.), Seidel, Mike (Ed.), Lindroos, Mats (Ed.)

Published by JACoW, Geneva, Switzerland.

2017   Volume IPAC2017, Denmark


One of the most essential lattice function used for transverse beam dynamics studies of the storage rings is a beta function. It characterizes the linear properties of magnets layout and allows to optimize the compatibility of the model and the machine by reducing the beta-beating. Moreover, the calculation of other parameters like transverse beam emittance, dynamic aperture, energy spread and others, requires knowledge of the quantity of beta function along the ring. Various methods of measurement of this function used in Solaris will be presented.
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