APPENDIX B

FREE ELECTRON LASER SOURCES

TABLE B1 U.S. Free Electron Laser Compendium. (Radiation is from the fundamental wavelength of the device.)

     

Pulse Timing

 

λ Range

Pulse

Energy/Format

tµ

τµ

tm

τm

Existing Facilities

UCSB

2.5mm-60 µ

5 mJ/3

-

-

1-20 µs

500ms

Vanderbilt

10-2 µ

20 µJ/1

1 ps

350 ps

6 µs

33ms

Mark III

9.5-1.5 µ

6-15 µJ/1

3 ps

350 ps

0.5-4 µs

67ms

AFEL

8-5 µ

170 µJ/1

12-14 ps

9.3 ns

20 µs

16.7ms

SPFELC

7-2 µ

1 µJ/1

1-4 ps

84.6 ms

10 ms

100ms

OK4-V

690-240 nm

2-7 µJ/2

300 ps

125 ns

200 µs

20ms

Boeing

630-510 nm

10-30 µJ/1

12 ps

443 ns

110 µs

500ms

APEX

380-369 nm

1.6 µJ/1

8 ps

46.1 ns

20 µs

1s

Facilities Under Construction

Stanford

300-100 µ

1 µJ/1

10 ps

350 ps

2 µs

100ms

SPFELC

100-20 µ

1 µJ/1

2-10 ps

84.6 ms

10 ms

50ms

UCSB

60-30 µ

5 mJ/3

-

-

1-20 µs

500ms

CIRFEL

20-7 µ

100 µJ/1

5-10 ps

7 ns

10 µs

100ms

SPFELC

15-3 µ

1 µJ/1

1-4 ps

84.6 ms

10 ms

50ms

OK4-D

400-50 nm

0.5-25 mJ/2

5-30 ps

5.6 ns

100 µs

2ms

Proposed Facilities

Stanford

100-10 µ

1 µJ/1

10 ps

350 ps

2 µs

16.7

CDRL

50-3 µ

100 µJ/1

10 ps

27.3 ns

100 µs

20ms

CEBAF

20-3 µ

40 µJ/1

2 ps

40 ns

-

-

Mark III

15-1.5 µ

8-50 µJ/1

3 ps

350 ps

0.5-8 µs

16.7ms

CEBAF

1 µ-170 nm

160 µJ/1

2 ps

40 ns

-

-

AFEL

900-800 nm

1.7 mJ/1

12-14 ps

9.3 ns

20 µs

10 ms

UP

300-140 nm

0.4 mJ/3

-

-

6 ps

50 ms

DUV

300-75 nm

1 mJ/3

-

-

6 ps

2.8 ms

CPA

88 nm

0.8 mJ/3

-

-

4 fs

100 ms

LCLS-1

4 nm

3 mJ/3

-

-

130 fs

8.3 ms

LCLS-2

4 nm

5 mJ/3

-

-

65 fs

8.3 ms

LCLS-3

0.45 nm

12 mJ/3

-

-

65 fs

8.3 ms



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FREE ELECTRON LASERS AND OTHER ADVANCED SOURCES OF LIGHT: Scientific Research Opportunities APPENDIX B FREE ELECTRON LASER SOURCES TABLE B1 U.S. Free Electron Laser Compendium. (Radiation is from the fundamental wavelength of the device.)       Pulse Timing   λ Range Pulse Energy/Format tµ τµ tm τm Existing Facilities UCSB 2.5mm-60 µ 5 mJ/3 - - 1-20 µs 500ms Vanderbilt 10-2 µ 20 µJ/1 1 ps 350 ps 6 µs 33ms Mark III 9.5-1.5 µ 6-15 µJ/1 3 ps 350 ps 0.5-4 µs 67ms AFEL 8-5 µ 170 µJ/1 12-14 ps 9.3 ns 20 µs 16.7ms SPFELC 7-2 µ 1 µJ/1 1-4 ps 84.6 ms 10 ms 100ms OK4-V 690-240 nm 2-7 µJ/2 300 ps 125 ns 200 µs 20ms Boeing 630-510 nm 10-30 µJ/1 12 ps 443 ns 110 µs 500ms APEX 380-369 nm 1.6 µJ/1 8 ps 46.1 ns 20 µs 1s Facilities Under Construction Stanford 300-100 µ 1 µJ/1 10 ps 350 ps 2 µs 100ms SPFELC 100-20 µ 1 µJ/1 2-10 ps 84.6 ms 10 ms 50ms UCSB 60-30 µ 5 mJ/3 - - 1-20 µs 500ms CIRFEL 20-7 µ 100 µJ/1 5-10 ps 7 ns 10 µs 100ms SPFELC 15-3 µ 1 µJ/1 1-4 ps 84.6 ms 10 ms 50ms OK4-D 400-50 nm 0.5-25 mJ/2 5-30 ps 5.6 ns 100 µs 2ms Proposed Facilities Stanford 100-10 µ 1 µJ/1 10 ps 350 ps 2 µs 16.7 CDRL 50-3 µ 100 µJ/1 10 ps 27.3 ns 100 µs 20ms CEBAF 20-3 µ 40 µJ/1 2 ps 40 ns - - Mark III 15-1.5 µ 8-50 µJ/1 3 ps 350 ps 0.5-8 µs 16.7ms CEBAF 1 µ-170 nm 160 µJ/1 2 ps 40 ns - - AFEL 900-800 nm 1.7 mJ/1 12-14 ps 9.3 ns 20 µs 10 ms UP 300-140 nm 0.4 mJ/3 - - 6 ps 50 ms DUV 300-75 nm 1 mJ/3 - - 6 ps 2.8 ms CPA 88 nm 0.8 mJ/3 - - 4 fs 100 ms LCLS-1 4 nm 3 mJ/3 - - 130 fs 8.3 ms LCLS-2 4 nm 5 mJ/3 - - 65 fs 8.3 ms LCLS-3 0.45 nm 12 mJ/3 - - 65 fs 8.3 ms

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FREE ELECTRON LASERS AND OTHER ADVANCED SOURCES OF LIGHT: Scientific Research Opportunities Explanation of abbreviations: AFEL - Advanced FEL, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Data from R.L. Sheffield APEX - Av. Power Laser Prototype Exp., Los Alamos Nat'l Lab., Data from P. O'Shea Boeing - High Average Power FEL, Boeing Space and Defense, Data from J. Adamski CDRL - Chemical Dynamics Res. Lab., Lawrence Berkeley Lab., Data from K.J. Kim CEBAF - Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility, Data from G. Niel CIRFEL - Compact IR FEL, Northrup/Grumman-Princeton, Data from I.S. Lehrman CPA - Chirped Pulse Amplifier FEL, Brookhaven National Lab., Data from L.H. Yu DUV - Deep Ultraviolet FEL, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Data from I. Ben-Zvi LCLS - Linear Coherent Light Source, Stanford Linear Acc. Center, Data: H. Winick MARK III - Mark III FEL at Duke University, Data from J.M.J. Madey OK4-D - OK4 Optical Klystron on DUKE FEL 1-GeV ring, Data from L. Litvinenko OK4-V - OK4 Optical Klystron on VEPP-3 in Novosibirsk, Data from J. Madey SPFELC - Stanford Picosecond FEL Center, Data from T. Smith Stanford - Stanford University FEL, Data from R. Pantell UCSB - University of California at Santa Barbara, Data from E. Gwinn UP - Ultraviolet Project Collaboration (sited at BNL), Data from L.H. Yu Vanderbilt - Vanderbilt University FEL Center, Data from C. Brau FIGURE B1 Accelerator pulse format and timing characteristics.