Advances in Electromagnetic Research - KWT 2010 location:Waren, Germany date:9-13 August 2010
Large synchrotron radiation facilities have become one of the most powerful instruments for research today. All over the world new facilities are being constructed or designed. The biggest disadvantage of a large synchrotron facility is that the scientific experiments, which are often very sensitive and complex, have to be performed in a dedicated place, sometimes far away from the researcher's home laboratory. Promising compact synchrotron radiation sources, that fit in a typical research lab, have been proposed recently.
In this presentation results are presented of an initial study of a single body magnet, low electron energy storage ring, performed with the Finite Element (FE) and Finite Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) modeling possibilities in the CST Studio Suite 2010 software package. Insights were obtained for the most crucial components: the magnet yoke, the internal RF cavity and the resonance injection component. Finally, the model of the storage ring was verified using the particle tracker solver which tracks the injected electrons along the ring.